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The baseball that came bounding off the bat of Yogi Berra in Yankee Stadium one day last week meant a lot to those out in right field who saw it coming their way. To two girls fondly hugging the edge of the Yankee...
April 19, 1971 | Tom Quinn
The New York Mets found that many of their two dozen Latin minor-leaguers spoke so little English they could hardly order a meal. Now Berlitz is teaching the players a quick bread-and-butter vocabulary
July 23, 1973 | Jim Kaplan
July 23, 1973 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Casey Stengel, on the old days of baseball: "When I played in Brooklyn, I could go to the ball park for a nickel carfare. But now I live in Pasadena and it costs me $15 or $16 to take a cab to Glendale. If I was a...
August 25, 1975 | Pat Putnam
Inspirited by a new manager who has scourged defeatism—and moved Big Bopper John Mayberry back to bopping—K.C. is challenging Oakland