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June 15, 1970 | Peter Carry
Raoul (Rod) Dedeaux, a 55-year-old gentleman from Los Angeles whose little paunch and oversized, black horn-rimmed glasses make him look like the businessman he is, was caught in a dilemma when Oriole leadoff man Don...
May 15, 1978 | Larry Keith
Likening USC's young Bill Bordley to Koufax might seem a bit much, if he were not a lefty with a 24-1 record
June 25, 1973 | Larry Keith
Although most of the teams seemed right out of last fall's football Top 20—Southern California. Oklahoma, Texas, Penn State, Arizona State—what it was was baseball. Oh, sure enough, there was a Heisman Trophy...
June 26, 1967 | Joe Jares
New York's perennial losers pulled a name out of a hat and came up with Tom Seaver, a $50,000 bonus pitcher who steals bases as well