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Brian Cunnane, assistant basketball coach at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, which went 3-23 this season: "If it's true that losing builds character, then we have more characters than Disney and Warner Bros. combined."
March 11, 1991
10 Years Ago in Sports IllustratedIn our March 16, 1981 issue, we examined the proverbial "trade that helps both teams": The Brewers got Rollie Fingers (left), Pete Vuckovich and Ted Simmons from the Cardinals for...
September 17, 1984 | Henry Hecht
BRUCE SUTTER: The St. Louis reliever notched three saves to give him 40 for the year (in 46 chances), breaking the National League mark of 37 he'd shared with Rollie Fingers and Clay Carroll.
June 18, 1984 | Steve Wulf
Oh, what a relief it is for the Brewers to have the mustachioed Rollie Fingers back in top shape after a disabling elbow injury
April 30, 1984 | Henry Hecht
"It's nice to be able to shake hands with my catcher at the end of a game," said the Brewers' Rollie Fingers.