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July 11, 1960
•The talent-rich San Francisco Giants, favored by many to win the pennant, have turned into the most puzzling team in baseball. Robert Boyle penetrates the mystery.
April 04, 1960
WORLD OF THE NEGRO BALLPLAYERSirs:The Private World of the Negro Ballplayer (SI, March 21), is a welcome oasis in a desert of the usual superficial, sentimental coverage of Negro and white relationships in sports....
August 24, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDSSir:Bravo to Robert H. Boyle for his fine editorial regarding James Watt, the Reagan Administration and Westerners (SCORECARD, Aug. 10)! Yes, Watt is diluting Western support of Reagan. During...
November 17, 1975
SEEING REDSSir:For the most exciting World Series and the greatest single Series game coverage of all time (Everything Came Up Reds, Nov. 3), SI's writers and photographers were undeniably up to the occasion and are...
August 14, 1972
Fending off the Orioles, Yankees and Red Sox in the American League East is the task ahead for Detroit and its prize lefthander, Mickey Lolich. Ron Fimrite reports.