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June 13, 1977 | Edited by Ron Reid
•Pat Kelly, Baltimore Oriole outfielder, after a home run by Minnesota's Roy Smalley: "I looked in my glove and then on the ground. That left only one place—the other side of the fence."
May 14, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
Roy Smalley, the American League's best, has brains—and now some brawn
May 28, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
ROY SMALLEY: The 26-year-old Twin short-stop batted .500 and ran his hitting streak to 18 consecutive games, longest in the American League this year. He also continued to lead the majors with a .413 batting average.
May 28, 1979 | Edited by Gay Flood
RANGER GUIDESSir:It was fitting that you chose to devote a sidebar to the "behind-the-scenes coach" in your article on the surprising New York Rangers (N.Y. vs. N.Y.: It's All-Out Warfare, May 14). Even though the...
July 09, 1979 | Mike DelNagro
ROY SMALLEY: Erupting from a 2-for-20 slump, the Minnesota shortstop banged out 15 hits—eight for extra bases—in 27 at bats to lift his league-leading average to .373. He also scored nine runs and had 12 RBIs.