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•Don Sutton, veteran Dodgers pitcher: "It's amazing how fast you grow old in this game. At first you're the rookie righthander; next season you're that promising righthander; then suddenly you're the 'Old Man.' "
December 14, 1981 | Herm Weiskopf
DAN CALLANDRILLO: Seton Hall's 6'2" guard had 34 points, including the deciding hoop with four seconds left in OT, as the Pirates upset Houston 87-85. He scored 21 in a 71-64 defeat of Fordham.
March 08, 1982 | Barry McDermott
Seton Hall's Danny Callandrillo is a high scorer who's low key
June 28, 1982
BOB SQUIRESWATERLOO, IND.Bob, a junior shortstop-catcher at DeKalb High, hit home runs in six consecutive at bats, breaking the U.S. high school record of four held by three players. One of them was J.R. Richard, in...
March 05, 1984 | Roger Jackson
CHRIS MULLIN: St. John's 6'6" senior swingman had 48 points, making 18 of 30 from the field and 12 of 13 from the line; he got eight rebounds and five steals as the Redmen beat Georgetown and Seton Hall.