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April 02, 1984 | Bruce Anderson
During the off-season, Atlanta lost a pitcher it had always had, a pitcher it never had and a pitcher who became famous by getting lost. The Braves released veteran knuckleballer Phil Niekro, failed to sign free...
August 27, 1984 | Ron Fimrite
The division-leading Padres had been a peaceable bunch until they made a call on the Braves. Then a nasty brushback war broke out
August 05, 1985 | Henry Hecht
For the last few years, the White Sox in general—and Carlton Fisk in particular—have had a reputation for taking their sweet time to play baseball, a rap that angered manager Tony LaRussa whenever the subject was...
August 19, 1985 | Henry Hecht
The Reds' half of the inning began with Cesar Cedeno asleep on the trainer's table and ended with him scoring the winning run on the 4,170th hit of Pete Rose's career—a two-out, 13th-inning bunt single Thursday night...
October 05, 1987 | Edited by Sarah Ballard
STRIKING TRIVIAThe Tonawanda (N.Y.) Cardinals of the Niagara Youth Football League (ages 11 and 12) staged a mock work stoppage last week. Their demands: a dollar per game, more water during timeouts, extra oranges...