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September 12, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
LOU BROCK: With two stolen bases in a game against San Diego, the St. Louis outfielder increased his total to 893, thereby tying and then surpassing Ty Cobb's 49-year-old major league record for steals in a career.
September 05, 1977
BIG BUSTED MACHINESir:Yes, The Big Red Machine is now The Big Dead Machine and no, they will not win a third world championship in a row (The Reds Are Singing the Blues, Aug. 22). But remember this: long after the...
August 29, 1977 | George Gipe
The first genuine strike in the history of baseball came not as a result of discontent with pay or working conditions, but as a kind of reflex action following the misbehavior of one of the game's most contentious...
August 20, 1973 | Jule Campbell
Ty Cobb would have perished at the thought, but designers are stealing from baseball uniforms—particularly the colorful warmup jacket—to create a whole new line of casual wear. Hamming in high-fashion style, models...
April 08, 1963
Hematoma is a word that didn't get into many baseball stories last year and won't get into many this year either. Through the last two months of the 1962 season Maury Wills of the Los Angeles Dodgers was suffering...