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June 24, 1974
Where they ain't is where Minnesota's Rod Carew is hitting 'em, and while .400 may have gone with Ted Williams, Carew et al. are keeping the science alive. By Ron Fimrite.
April 23, 1973 | Jim Kaplan
Rod Carew, the best-hitting American League second baseman since Charlie Gehringer, finds it almost impossible to hit the headlines. This is puzzling. For one thing, Carew was born on a train, and very few second...
July 21, 1969 | Roy Blount Jr.
June 09, 1969 | Peter Carry
As anyone knows who has read last year's batting records or gone out to the airport to greet a major league team, the .400 hitter and the train are equally extinct. They are for everybody but the good people of...
July 23, 2001 | Stephen Cannella
Staff InfectionRich with starting pitching in April, the Dodgers have been disarmed by injuries