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October 02, 1972
Already embattled, hockey begins with a covey of nouveaux riches players, an expanded NHL, a new WHA and legal turmoil over jumpers from the former to the latter.
September 18, 1972
THE RED SOX—can they make it? An inquiry into the breathless deeds of Yaz & Co. and the wild pennant race with Detroit, Baltimore and New York, by William Leggett.
September 11, 1972
POSITIVE THINKINGSirs:A few nights ago I was barely able to pick up a Detroit station and hear the Tigers snuff out a ninth-inning Oakland rally. Earlier in the afternoon I had seen Dick Allen, against the Yankees,...
August 07, 1972
Regeared and Humming, Cincinnati's Big Red Machine is threatening to blitz the National League West. William Leggett reports on the Reds' pennant romp-in-the-making.
June 26, 1972
Pittsburgh bats are hot—so what else is new? Pirate pitching. The same world-champion cast, suspect in 1971, is in rare form. An appraisal by William Leggett.