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May 03, 1971 | William Leggett
After Oakland Manager Dick Williams blistered his A's on a bus, they drove to the top, running over the California Angels and shaking up the nervous Twins as baseball's dullest division came to life
May 31, 1971
The weather was chilly this spring but the baseball was oh-so-hot. The Oakland A's and the San Francisco Giants, surprising triumphs of teamwork, snatched their division leads and raced off like rocket-powered...
May 31, 1971 | Roy Blount
Consider baseball a garden, bursting out all over in advance of June. Almost all the hardy perennials—Willie Mays (.352), Henry Aaron (14 home runs), Juan Marichal (proving he may have lost a little off his fastball,...
June 07, 1971 | Ron Fimrite
July 12, 1971 | Roy Blount