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May 23, 2011 | STEVE RUSHIN
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October 31, 2005 | Steve Rushin
My literary hero isn't Hemingway or Salinger or Twain: It's Madison--Oscar Madison--the finest sportswriter who never lived. When I told him so, just the other day, Jack Klugman said in a voice like a whispered...
March 01, 2004 | Steve Rushin
Some minds are steel traps. My mind is a lint trap, retaining only useless fluff, so that I know why .406 is important, but not why 1066 is. If you were to remove, with a flourish, the top of my head—like the silver...
March 05, 2001 | John Walters
The sportswriter never gets the girl. The sports-writer never solves the crime. He never files his story and then rides off into the sunset. FBI agent Clarice Starling stalks serial killer Buffalo Bill; the...
May 10, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Michael Wilbon in The Washington Post, blaming baseball writers' spats with players and managers on an excess of familiarity: "Oscar Madison [right] used to show up in the press box in the second inning with a...