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April 15, 1985 | Steve Wulf
Chuck Tanner was smiling. At the time, his Pirates, last in the NL East in '84, were 1-10 in spring training. Injuries had beset six key players, and George Hendrick, the big bopper acquired from St. Louis in the...
June 11, 1984 | Henry Hecht
STEVE KEMP: The Yankee leftfielder batted .591 to raise his average 53 points, to .341. Kemp's 13-for-22 performance included one homer and three doubles. He also had 10 RBIs and scored five runs.
August 01, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
According to an SI survey of major-leaguers, these are the most hard-nosed players in baseball:
June 20, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
When this season ends, so will his playing days, Third Baseman Johnny Bench, 35, of the Reds announced last week. "I want to be remembered as the greatest catcher who ever played," said Bench, who hasn't caught...
April 04, 1983 | Bruce Anderson
On a warm South Florida morning last month, a man hiding middle-aged spread under a blue sweat suit jogged in the outfield at Fort Lauderdale's Yankee Stadium. Mickey Lolich making a comeback? No. Just New York owner...