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They are a vanishing breed, ball parks like Detroit's Tiger Stadium (right), once known as Briggs—parks built before World War II, before expansion and before domes. On the following pages are the others, including a...
May 26, 1986 | Peter Gammons
VISITING CLUBHOUSE MAN OF THE WEEKOakland's Steve Vucinich, who had his phone torn out by Boston's Bill Buckner, then watched helplessly as Toronto's George Bell demolished a plastic chair and the Jays' Damaso Garcia...
June 19, 1978 | Sarah Pileggi
Because the houselights do not dim at New York's American Place Theater as the Organic Theater Company's Bleacher Bums begins, the audience is caught off guard by a wiry, middle-aged woman in a blue hairnet who...
April 12, 1976 | Ron Fimrite
Though players and owners do not concur on much these days, they seem to be coming to an agreement that the fan is the man—and the woman—of the hour
April 04, 1988 | Ron Fimrite
Baseball's remaining grand old parks should be saved