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When he fractured his leg after crashing into a fence in Anaheim 12 years ago, Bobby Valentine, who might have been a star, became a survivor. He immediately began preparing himself for a managing job. Most recently...
October 25, 1999 | Michael Bamberger
In a National League Championship Series marked by superb pitching and a 15-inning nail-biter, the never-say-die Mets, down three games to none, dug in to win two straight from the Braves
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"I played against Shaq in high school and college, and I admire the way he has handled the hoopla of pro sports and remained down-to-earth."ALBERT BUCKLES, AUSTIN, TEXAS
April 15, 1985 | Ron Fimrite
Cubs manager Jim Frey remembers clearly his conversation—what little there was of it—on the telephone last December with Ray Fontenot, the left-handed pitcher the Cubs had recently acquired from the Yankees. Frey was...
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