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The two lives of a thief, who learned to become a base stealer only after he was sent up for armed robbery, are recounted by Ron LeFlore. In two years he went from behind the walls of Jackson State Prison to center...
January 31, 1977 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
A NEED FOR CANDOR
June 07, 1976 | Larry Keith
Ron LeFlore was not in Detroit's lineup on Opening Day, but then he swung out on the longest American League hitting streak in 27 years
June 09, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE MIT WAYSir:John Underwood captured the true spirit of athletic competition in the MIT story (Beating Their Brains Out, May 26). I was especially pleased to see mention of John Barry, now assistant athletic...
May 12, 1975 | Jim Kaplan
Ron LeFlore came out of prison to redeem himself in baseball