- AMERICAN LEAGUE FRENZYSeptember 11, 1967
- Sports IllustratedNOW ON SI.COMJune 11, 2012
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July 15, 1985 | Ivan Maisel
Richie Allen swept into Philadelphia's Connie Mack Stadium in 1964, and before his 14-year career with five teams was over, he had wreaked havoc on opposing pitchers (351 homers) and his own managers (the Phillies...
September 26, 1977 | Larry Colton
"You better think of something quick. Rook," bullpen Catcher Clay Dalrymple hollered at me as I completed my warmups and headed for the mound at Cincinnati's old Crosley Field on May 6, 1968 to pitch in my first—and...
March 12, 1973 | William Leggett
As they open spring training under a mellow Sarasota sun Dick Allen is there, rich and ready. Bill Melton—The Back—is back in one piece, and fans on the South Side are asking: Is this The Year?
September 13, 1971
PENNANT PERCENTAGESSirs:As baseball wheels into its final month the question is: Which National League team will fade the least (It's That Time Again, Aug. 30)? Instead of "Here Come the Cubs," your cover headline...
July 19, 1971
Its critics contend that baseball is a static game, an exercise in inertia—all those men loitering about waiting for someone to hit the ball. Football, with its repeated episodes of calculated violence, meshes better...