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May 26, 1986 | William Jeanes
Back in the days before the Giants abandoned New York for San Francisco, it took true love to be one of their fans, even if you lived in New York. If you lived in Mississippi, as I did, it required even more: a...
October 20, 1986 | Noel Hynd
By the autumn of 1945, Horace Stoneham, owner of the New York Giants baseball team, knew he had a serious problem—and it wasn't that his team had finished in the second division for the last three years. It was the...
November 03, 1986 | Noel Hynd
In 1912 the New York baseball club in the American League was a sorry operation indeed. Known as the Highlanders, they played in rickety, wooden Hilltop Park at Broadway and 165th Street and finished last in the...
February 01, 1988 | Frank Deford
Sterile playing conditions take much of the joy from sports