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July 13, 1970 | William Leggett
Powered by home runs and juiced up with pitching, Cincinnati's Big Red Machine has been running through the National League West. The question is, can the machine hum in a brand-new stadium?
May 25, 1970 | William Leggett
A single up the middle brought the Atlanta Braves' Henry Aaron his 3,000th hit and a mile-high milestone in a fabulous hitting career that after 16 years does not show the least sign of peaking
April 13, 1970 | William Leggett
Baseball has never had more administrative headaches, but now attention can begin to focus on the action, on fiery Ted Williams, on stars like the Mets' Koosman and Seaver
March 23, 1970 | William Leggett
Even with Richie Allen aboard, the owner of the new, new Cardinals, peeved by player demands and a Supreme Court challenge, is hardly Little Gussie Sunshine—as poor Steve Carlton has learned
January 26, 1970 | John Underwood
Outspoken as always, the American League Manager of the Year is extraordinarily candid about the team he rescued from the bone pile and made respectable in his rookie season with the Washington Senators. He will...