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October 11, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Phil Garner, Oakland A's second baseman: "We were just as crazy a ball club this year as we ever were, so far as griping goes. The only difference was we didn't have unified turmoil."
May 31, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Warren Spahn, after two months in Japan as a pitching coach: "They're a long way behind American baseball in a lot of ways, but in other ways—well, a high school kid signed for $200,000 while I was there."
January 05, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Peter Mahovlich, Montreal Canadien forward, told that teammate Yvan Cournoyer said he reminded him of Jean Beliveau: "That's quite a compliment. I didn't realize Yvan was that intelligent."
June 23, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
•Jones Ramsey, University of Texas sports information director, asked at a meeting to suggest what the NCAA might do to celebrate the bicentennial in 1976: "Well, let's see. What did we do in 1876?"
January 29, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Ken Holtzman, Oakland Athletic pitcher, on what the designated-pinch-hitter rule means to him: "I'm facing the realization I may never come to bat again in the major leagues."