- THE WEEKSOUTHWESTN. Brooks Clark | November 07, 1983
- Rx for the NFLPeter King | December 06, 1993
- SALUTE TO SPEEDDaytona's classic produced a triple hero, added fuel to a feud, and fired up a mobKenneth Rudeen | March 05, 1956
March 31, 1958 | Robert Creamer
DEL CRANDALL ON CATCHINGThe catcher of the world champion Milwaukee Braves analyzes his craft in the April 21 issue
February 24, 1958 | Harry Phillips
The dynasty with the longest reign in professional baseball carries the name Comiskey. In this issue Robert Creamer writes about the problems of its young Vice-President Charles and his White Sox, whose fortunes have...
March 18, 1974 | John A. Meyers
"Ruth, easing along at three-quarter speed in batting practice, flicking the bat around, meeting the ball cleanly, cocking the bat back for the next pitch, is for me...the epitome of baseball, its ideal expression."
February 18, 1957 | Harry Phillips
In this issue you will find a portent of spring even more encouraging than the first crocus—as Roy Terrell reports on a question many ask but comparatively few can answer, "What's it like to own a ball club?"
July 23, 1962
SOUTHERN-FRIED BROOKSirs:Mel Allen's mother hit the southern-fried nail right on its babbling head (Baseball's Babbling Brook, July 9). I, too, wish he was a shoemaker.PAUL T. DAVENPORTSummit, N.J.