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In 1984, when they contended to the last, bitter weekend, the Twins were a friendly bunch of underpaid kids. This year, after a nine-game losing streak and a 10-game losing streak, they're pointing fingers at one...
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 14, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
Roy Smalley, the American League's best, has brains—and now some brawn
April 13, 1981 | Ron Fimrite
The Kansas Royals, runaway winners of the division and league championships, aren't standing pat. Indeed, profound changes are in the works. U.L. Washington, for example, is removing his toothpick. "I got tired of...
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.