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  1. Bobby Bonds' clutch 1973 season

    David Schoenfield

    Last week, when Paul Goldschmidt beat the Orioles the with a game-tying home run in the ninth and then a walk-off in the 11th, I wrote that Goldschmidt had become just the ninth player since 1969 to record at least seven games in a single season with...

    Blog | August 19, 2013
  2. Dunn delivers biggest win of season for Sox

    David Schoenfield

    "It ain't over 'til it's over." -- Yogi Berra on the 1973 National League East pennant race For a few minutes on Monday, you had the feeling the Chicago White Sox were getting a little bit closer to over. Justin Verlander had done his job for the De...

    Blog | September 25, 2012
  3. Best player in baseball: How about Tulo?

    David Schoenfield

    In January, I wrote a piece on the five best players in baseball, looking at each five-year span since 1969-1973. The most recent five-year span ranked as Albert Pujols, Chase Utley, Joe Mauer, Adrian Gonzalez and Matt Holliday. Considering Pujols is...

    Blog | February 07, 2012
  4. How Jon Matlack turned into David Wright

    David Schoenfield

    One of the best draft picks in Mets history was left-handed pitcher Jon Matlack, the fourth pick in the 1967 draft. Not he only did he win 82 games for the Mets and help them reach the 1973 World Series, his impact is still being felt all these years...

    Blog | May 03, 2011
  5. An embarrassing situation with Dodgers

    David Schoenfield

    When I was a kid, the Los Angeles Dodgers were baseball's model franchise -- and no other team was close. From 1973 to 1986, they led the major leagues in attendance every year except one. In 1978, when they became the first team to draw 3 million fa...

    Blog | April 20, 2011
  6. Starting another year of baseball memories

    David Schoenfield

    I don't actually remember the first baseball game I attended, but in the spring of 1973 my father assures me we went to see a local high school phenom named Floyd Bannister, who would go 15-0 with an 0.00 ERA and three years later become the first pi...

    Blog | March 23, 2011