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Fleet of foot, sure, but that's only one aspect of new pinstriper Rickey Henderson. The rap sheet says he has a poor attitude and scores low in that all-important category called team play. "I don't think he played...
October 17, 1977 | Larry Keith
While the Dodgers knocked over the Phillies in four to win the National League title, New York and Kansas City seesawed in the A.L. playoffs, but the Yanks finally pulled it out
March 26, 2001 | Tom Verducci
To solve the problem of turning two, a middle infielder must study the aerodynamics of the toss, the mass of the incoming runner and the angles at which to cross the bag
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Baseball Even with a $138 million payroll the Mets can't get on track, but manager Willie Randolph's job appears safe—for now • The Brewers aren't scoring enough: too many righthanded hitters?
December 30, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
[Thumb Up]To Willie Randolph, who earmarked $50,000 of the $850,000 contract he signed last week with the New York Mets for the purchase of tickets for inner-city youths.