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March 06, 1967
A team on the rise in 1967 may be the young, colorful Kansas City Athletics. William Leggett visits Manager Alvin Dark's charges in spring training and dissects their optimism.
May 01, 1967
"Watch The White Sox" is now the word in the American League. William Leggett says the reason is the superb play of two young outfielders: Tommie Agee and Ken Berry.
May 08, 1967
CAMPGROUNDSSirs:I'm glad your "transom" was big enough to accommodate Gerard W. O'Connor. His essay, Yes, Darling, but Who Was on Third? (April 24), evoked pangs of delight, nostalgia—and frustration. Who did tackle...
May 29, 1967
The roaring tigers, who have not won a pennant in 22 years, are hunting one again. William Leggett reports on Al Kaline, Detroit batting power and strong but erratic pitching.
June 19, 1967
BURNING BRIGHTSirs:Thanks kindly for allowing me to collect on a bet. Intuition told me Al Kaline would grace your cover this season (Those Big Tiger Muscles, June 5).