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August 27, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Before the 1980 season, Sparky Anderson compared Kirk Gibson to Mickey Mantle. "I was so cocky and stupid at the time, I thought I could do it," Gibson says now. "I was the next Mickey Mantle? C'mon. I was overmatched."
July 23, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
It's time to end an unresolvable debate and accept the All-Star Game as it is. Ever since commissioner Bowie Kuhn returned balloting for starters to the fans in 1970, critics have whined that "deserving" players have...
April 30, 1984 | Ivan Maisel
Rookie Juan Samuel is a leadoff man with big speed—and a big bat
April 16, 1984 | Ivan Maisel
As he had 18 times before, Bobby Wine watched the Philadelphia Phillies on Opening Day. Only this year, Wine, one of the most successful managers who never managed, wasn't sitting with guys named Callison and...