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May 02, 1977 | Peter Gammons
Once the baddest of the Big Bad Bruins, Wayne Cashman has cleaned up his act. Boston's new captain now does his cutting before the game, as L.A. learned
May 16, 1977
YANKEE DOODLINGSir:What's so wrong if Reggie Jackson needs to be loved even though he gets a very high salary? Remember, man does not live by bread alone. If Jackson plays as well as he can, the Yankees and Yankee...
August 03, 1981 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•David Larner, a spokesman for Lloyd's of London, which underwrote most of the $50 million strike insurance purchased by the major league owners: "Baseball? Rather like rounders, isn't it? Never saw the game myself....
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General Manager Bob Clarke has built the ultimate late 1990s luxury model: big, tough and sleek. So why is his 4x4 equipped with what amounts to vinyl upholstery when it comes to goaltending?