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May 20, 1985 | Henry Hecht
STEVE GARVEY: The San Diego First baseman batted .500 with two homers, three doubles and eight runs scored. He raised his average to .355 and took over the major league lead in hits with 44.
May 13, 1985 | Craig Neff
As the Cubs and Padres met in a minisequel to their fall classic, it became obvious that a rip-roaring rivalry was in the making
October 15, 1984 | Steve Wulf
Led by MVP Steve Garvey, San Diego charged from way behind to defeat Chicago and take its first National League crown ever
August 27, 1984 | Ron Fimrite
The division-leading Padres had been a peaceable bunch until they made a call on the Braves. Then a nasty brushback war broke out
July 23, 1984
Everyone expected the 1984 All-Star Game in San Francisco to be unusual. Where else but in Candlestick Park could a pitcher have been blown off the mound, as the Giants' Stu Miller was in the 1961 game? And where...