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Considering all that had gone on in this strangest of all baseball playoffs, it was only fitting that the National League pennant should be won in a rainstorm by a California team before a record crowd that was not...
April 12, 1976 | Ron Reid
With 108 victories and a world championship last season, the Reds left themselves a tough act to follow. But neither a pitching staff allegedly short on depth nor the prospect of marked improvement in the rest of the...
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May 18, 1964
AMERICAN LEAGUEIt started out like a bad week for Dave Nicholson of CHICAGO. He was hitting .206, and slamming a garage door on his hand would not help matters. Or would it? First he hit a three-run homer to beat the...