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Ron DavisFormer Minnesota Twin reliever who had a knack for giving up late-game homers, on the boos he still hears at appearances in the Twin Cities: "When it's 10 years later and they still hate you, that's what you...
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August 19, 1985 | Henry Hecht
The Reds' half of the inning began with Cesar Cedeno asleep on the trainer's table and ended with him scoring the winning run on the 4,170th hit of Pete Rose's career—a two-out, 13th-inning bunt single Thursday night...
May 27, 1985 | Henry Hecht
When he fractured his leg after crashing into a fence in Anaheim 12 years ago, Bobby Valentine, who might have been a star, became a survivor. He immediately began preparing himself for a managing job. Most recently...
October 08, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
Minnesota, fighting to stay alive in the American League West race, held a 10-0 lead over the Indians after 2½ innings in Cleveland last Friday night. A Twin win—seemingly a sure thing—coupled with a Royal loss would...