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April 06, 1987 | Ivan Maisel
Pitching beat the Yankees last year. Not Boston's: their own. New York had only one starter with more than 10 wins. Those numbers stand as a testament to manager Lou Piniella, who finagled 90 victories out of the...
September 08, 1986 | Peter Gammons
A LONG, HARD FALL FROM THE '70sBaltimore's starting pitchers are a combined 48-50. Only one (Mike Boddicker) has a winning record (14-9), and they have yet to pitch a complete-game shutout.
June 23, 1986 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Lon Simmons, A's broadcaster, on the slow pitches of 43-year-old Yankee Tommy John: "You could almost walk alongside them."
April 04, 1983 | Henry Hecht
October 18, 1982 | Ron Fimrite
When Milwaukee's Cecil Cooper came to the plate in the last of the seventh inning of the final game of the American League playoffs Sunday, he seemed like anything but a man of destiny. He had struck out in his two...