The best and most balanced obit for the Oakland Raiders' Al Davis, who died Saturday, was by Bruce Weber in the New York Times. There is, however, a curious and unexplained line in the story: "Wherever the team called home, Oakland or Los Angeles, Mr. Davis was a fan favorite — until he wasn't ... More >>
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There was a minor goof in Bruce Weber's Times article on Willie Mays's and James S. Hirsch's new biography, Willie Mays: The Life, The Legend, posted January 30. After making his immortal catch in the 1954 World Series off Vic Wertz, Mays stopped, turned, and fired the ball back to the in ... More >>
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