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April 12, 1971 | William Leggett
For the past few seasons baseball has been more concerned with commissioners, rules changes and front-office deals than with what happens on the field. But now the men who play the game are back. With luck they will...
April 12, 1971 | Frank Deford
It's the Orioles, of course, and not all the reasons are named Robinson, Palmer and Powell. Try Weaver, Dalton and Cashen (above), organizers of the best organization in the game
April 19, 1971 | Roy Blount Jr.
The Thoroughly Modern Phillies, the red-hosed White Sox, orange Astros and lower-cased Angels were just some of the changes as baseball splashed into 1971 on a wave of color and innovation
April 26, 1971 | A.B. (Happy) Chandler
The onetime baseball commissioner comes out swinging over the sport he loves. The trouble, he claims, is that owners are favored over their players and money is favored above all else
May 03, 1971 | A. B. (Happy) Chandler
Durocher's suspension triggered Chandler's downfall. The owners didn't mind losing Leo—but they didn't want a strong commissioner