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December 17, 1984 | Henry Hecht
SANDY ALDERSON: Forced into making moves because of the team's continued financial troubles, Oakland's vice-president traded his best player, Rickey Henderson, to the Yankees; his best starter, Ray Burris, to the...
March 12, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Tippy Martinez, Baltimore Orioles relief pitcher, asked how he expected to be affected by the trade to Oakland of fellow reliever Tim Stoddard, who weighs 250 pounds: "There will be more food for everybody."
July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
RICKEY HENDERSON: His sore ribs all but healed, the Oakland speedster was on the run again with 15 stolen bases in seven games through Sunday. He led the majors with 47 thefts and has time to reach 100.... DAVE...
March 21, 1983 | Jim Kaplan
It's a rare rookie who's able to become a starting shortstop, but this spring there are a number of newcomers who could turn the trick: Oakland's Tony Phillips moves with grace afield and speed on the base paths. He...
September 07, 1981
And so it begins again the hard, prideful struggle to pillage the other guy's turf, and defend one's own that, to many, makes an NFL season the most spectacular in sport. O.K., so Al Davis refuses to worship the one...