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SEPTEMBER 2, 1963
August 14, 1978 | Edited by Bruce Newman
•Ron Fairly, of the California Angels, explaining why he has lost none of his speed at age 40: "There was nothing to lose."
July 27, 1964 | Peter Carry
First Baseman Ron Fairly of the Los Angeles Dodgers is usually called a money player. When Fairly hits, something he does in unpredictable fits and starts, he likes to do it with men on base. Although Fairly was...
August 26, 1963
The big payoff on Walter O'Malley's Chavez Ravine seems imminent as Ron Fairly and the other young Dodgers battle to win the pennant that slid away from them last year.
July 10, 1978 | Ron Fimrite