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September 17, 1973
The zaniest race in baseball spans the entire fratricidal National League East. William Leggett enters the complex maze to examine the Cardinals, Pirates, Expos, Mets and Cubs.
August 27, 1973
American soccer comes of age as Dallas, with Rookie of the Year Kyle Rote Jr., takes on Philadelphia, predominantly a U.S. team, for the NASL title. Edwin Shrake reports.
April 09, 1973
With rare compassion, baseball moved not a single franchise between seasons, and though Leo Durocher's lips have not yet been beaten into plowshares one may anticipate a summer of labor peace. But many trades have...
April 09, 1973 | John A. Meyers
William Leggett is a marked man, but then he always is, one way or another, come spring. For 10 years now he has been writing baseball for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, which means he spends his March days beside the batting...
April 02, 1973
Baseball 1973 should be a banner year, with designated hitters, mustaches, more Monday night TV, Henry chasing the Babe and the prospect of exciting pennant races in both leagues. But while William Leggett discusses...