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April 28, 1980
What a relief it is to Pittsburgh fans when Kent Tekulve comes out of the bullpen to bail the Pirates out of trouble with his serpentine, sidearm deliveries. Bob Ottum writes of the skinniest—and perhaps most...
November 26, 1979 | Frank Deford
As a rule of thumb, the more play-by-play announcing required to move a sports story along, the worse the movie. With that in mind, it should be sufficient to let you know that in The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh by...
October 01, 1979
Living up to tradition, the National League again has two hot races. In the East, it's Montreal vs. Pittsburgh; in the West, Cincy vs. Houston
December 25, 1978 | Kenny Moore
June 05, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
WILLIE MONTANEZ: The Met first baseman walloped three homers, batted .476 and drove in 11 runs, two in a 6-5 victory over the Phillies and another pair in a 3-2 win in Pittsburgh as New York climbed to fourth place.