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THE STRIKESir:As I see it, the NFL players are completely justified in their strike (And Then the Clock Showed 00:00, Sept. 27). Compared to the salaries baseball, basketball and hockey players are getting, NFL...
September 27, 1982 | Robert W. Creamer
Milwaukee's Robin Yount is the best shortstop in baseball because he combines slick fielding with powerful hitting
September 27, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
One of the pleasures of working at SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is standing in a hallway in our offices and talking to Senior Writer Bob Creamer. The casual observer may think that Creamer and his rapt audience are merely...
August 02, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
ROBIN YOUNT: The Milwaukee shortstop batted .560 to rank second in the league at .337, hit four home runs (for a total of 19) to become No. 1 in slugging (.616) and got six runs batted in for a total of 67.