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June 20, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
When this season ends, so will his playing days, Third Baseman Johnny Bench, 35, of the Reds announced last week. "I want to be remembered as the greatest catcher who ever played," said Bench, who hasn't caught...
July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
RICKEY HENDERSON: His sore ribs all but healed, the Oakland speedster was on the run again with 15 stolen bases in seven games through Sunday. He led the majors with 47 thefts and has time to reach 100.... DAVE...
July 25, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
RICKEY HENDERSON: The Oakland A's leftfielder batted .500, going 15 for 30 with three four-hit games. He also scored 10 runs and had three doubles, a triple, a homer, three RBIs and six stolen bases.
September 26, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
The Royals have bid an unaffectionate farewell to one of their finest players, five-time All-Star Amos Otis. K.C. decided not to pick up its option on Otis—meaning he will be a free agent on Oct. 3—and sent the...
May 07, 1984 | Henry Hecht
In 1983 the A's Rickey Henderson hit .292 with 103 walks and had 108 stolen bases in 127 attempts. But now, manager Steve Bows wants Henderson to make some changes in his game, and Henderson doesn't like it.