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October 16, 1978
In a pair of four-game series, the Dodgers fried the Phillies (above) to successfully defend their National League title, while the Yankees scrambled the Royals to win their third consecutive pennant.
October 16, 1978 | Ron Fimrite
Garry Maddox proceeded solemnly among the multitudes that had come to rejoice in his humiliation, opening a narrow path through them as he trotted almost leisurely in from centerfield. It was as if rushing away from...
May 16, 1977 | Larry Keith
May 09, 1977 | Jim Kaplan
RON CEY: The Dodger third baseman had five homers and 12 runs batted in, bringing his RBI total to 29, a big-league record for April. Cey finished the month with a .425 average and nine home runs, most in the majors.
May 09, 1977
A laugher is what the Dodgers are threatening to make out of the race in the NL West. Led by record-setting slugger Ron Cey, Los Angeles lost only three times in April and opened a big lead. Larry Keith tells of a...