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JONATHAN LINTONHOOKDALE, ILL.Jonathan, a sophomore outfielder for Mulberry Grove High, drove in 12 runs in the fall baseball opener to set a state record. His five hits in the 39-2 win over Brownstown High included...
August 06, 1979
KENDALL WALLINGCANYON, TEXASKendall, a 16-year-old righthander, relieved in and won all three games for the Canyon Styx team at the Lamar (Colo.) American Legion tournament. He also hit .400 and was named the...
October 23, 1978
GREGG SEARLESST. PAULGregg, a halfback, at 4'9" and 95 pounds the smallest member of the Lang-ford Park midget football team, gained 230 yards on 19 carries in a 26-0 win over North Dale Playground. The 14-year-old...
August 04, 1975 | Edited by William Oscar Johnson
•Joe Torre, on catchers: "Most people don't understand catchers. For example, Jerry Grote is a catcher who hits. Johnny Bench is a hitter who catches. There is a big difference."