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At age 86, Hall of Fame third baseman . The redhead from Swifton, Ark., hit .306 for five teams over a 15-year career. Kell was one of the most difficult hitters to strike out: In 1949, when he went 2 for 3 on the...
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Led by sprinters Tyson Gay and Allyson Felix, the U.S. dominated the world championships and set the stage for a potentially golden Olympics
September 03, 2007
Olympic Sports Tyson Gay claims the title of Olympic favorite in the 100 • Sprinter Lauryn Williams just misses gold • Jason Kidd takes charge of Team USA • Meet the boxers who won the U.S. Olympic trials
September 06, 1999
Despite losing to Osaka, an Alabama Little League team exceeded its dreams
November 15, 1989
In historic firsts, the U.S.S.R. sends Sputnik into space, and blacks attend Central High in Little Rock. Another breakthrough comes when Hank Aaron leads Milwaukee to its first and only World Series win. The Lions,...