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May 21, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian
Don't count on Padres catcher Benito Santiago, who was hit ting .354 at week's end, or Reds shortstop Barry Larkin (.365) to win the National League batting crown. It has been 48 and 30 years, respectively, since a...
August 26, 1985
ARTIFICIAL TURFSir:I'm glad to see someone finally point out the evils of artificial turf (The Tyranny of Phony Fields, et seq., Aug. 12). It is hard to believe that team owners would pay millions for a player just...
August 12, 1985 | Bruce Anderson
On April 11, 1967, nine days before Tom Seaver won his first game, a skinny lefthanded hitter from Panama named Rod Carew lined a Dave McNally slider up the middle for his first big league hit. At the end of the...
July 29, 1985 | Henry Hecht
The All-Star Game was just what the people who built the Metrodome deserved: a boring party with very dull guests. Goose Gossage called the crowd "50,000 mannequins." Said George Brett, "Playing indoors reminds me of...