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The subject addressed in Worlds Collide (Sept. 20) by Tim Layden is very timely: quiet versus loud in the NFL. Loud seems to be celebrated more today than ever, but you should have to do something first before you...
October 06, 1986 | T. Nicholas Dawidoff
In the annals of basestealing, certain names are paramount: Ty Cobb stole 96 in 1915; Maury Wills beat him with 104 in 1962; and Lou Brock topped them both with 118 in 1974. Today, Tim Raines, Vince Coleman and, of...
October 01, 1962 | Tom C. Brody
If the Los Angeles Dodgers hold together and win the National League pennant, it may be said that they stole it. More accurately, a slight, almost frail Dodger stole it. Maurice Morning Wills is his name and the...
July 11, 1955
In his 20th year in the big leagues Ty Cobb (right) broke loose one day to set a new batting record
October 18, 1954 | Harry Phillips
There are people who can play winning chess blindfold; some of the best trout are taken in blackest nighttime; and I read recently that Ty Cobb knew the habits of certain batteries so well that he could correctly...