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June 13, 1977 | Edited by Ron Reid
•Pat Kelly, Baltimore Oriole outfielder, after a home run by Minnesota's Roy Smalley: "I looked in my glove and then on the ground. That left only one place—the other side of the fence."
May 21, 1973 | William Barry Furlong
Pal Kelly goes through life like a chronic case of mistaken identity. It is bad enough that people think he is a merry-eyed, bulb-nosed Irish comedian. Worse, last week he got a letter from the owner of the Cleveland...