July 04, 1977 | Roy Blount Jr.
July 12, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Vida Blue, Oakland A's pitcher embroiled in the Finley-Kuhn fiasco: "Maybe if Oakland and the Yankees meet in the playoffs, I'll just stay on the mound and pitch for both teams."
June 09, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
•Fred Shero, Philadelphia Flyers coach, denying that he is unemotional: "I'm like a duck: calm above water, but paddling like hell underneath."
May 10, 1971 | Roy Blount Jr.
"He didn't like guys of Dunne's stamp," went a story in the Oct. 25, 1934 Street & Smith's. "Red was a blank, blankety blank grouch, and fourteen kinds of sorehead."
May 10, 1971
Phenoms and franchises come and go, but baseball has a constant: the coaches. They impart the fundamentals (Have a Good Idea of the Target; Don't Overthrow the Cutoff Man; Swing from the Inside Out). They also relay...