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Why has fielding improved? Compare infielder Nellie Fox's glove (above, left) with that of Ozzie Smith. Catching has declined though, despite larger mitts with deeper pockets (below).
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June 02, 1986 | Jim Kaplan
Three kinds of players dominate the Baseball Hall of Fame: batters who hit a lot, sluggers who homer a lot, pitchers who win a lot. Their glitzy stats jump out of the bios sent to electors. But there are equally...
October 21, 1985 | Craig Neff
After dropping two games in L.A., St. Louis returned home and swept three in a row from the Dodgers
April 29, 1985 | Henry Hecht
Why is this man flipping out? Well, it was the Cardinals' home opener, but it was also the day that shortstop Ozzie Smith signed a five-year, $10 million contract, making his the most expensive glove in baseball history.