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September 16, 1985 | Henry Hecht
If the Yankees catch the Blue Jays in the last weeks of the season, it will be because the Blue Jays, whose lead has shrunk from nine to 1½ games since Aug. 8, did not get heroics from the players who must be heroic:...
May 20, 1985 | William Taaffe
Jerry Coleman and Ralph Kiner give their listeners tongues of fun
April 15, 1985 | Morin Bishop
Ralph Kiner was awkward in the outfield and slow on the basepaths, and for most of his career he played for the error-prone second-division Pittsburgh Pirates. Usually he was overshadowed by stars from more glamorous...
April 24, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
OPENING DAYSir:Caps off to Frank Deford for two superb pieces that captured the essence of baseball, A Time for All Us Children (March 27) and Spring Has Sprung (April 10). As with eating Cracker Jack, the more you...
April 11, 1977 | Robert W. Creamer
Hack Wilson is not the only player who has been ignored by the Hall of Fame. There are plenty of others who should be in and aren't. These lineups—for an imaginary game between a team composed of players now in...