Sport: The Possible Dream

O.J. Simpson is skittering along to his first thousand yards of the fall, the Steelers' Front Four have begun chewing up opposition quarterbacks, and Oklahoma already seems a sure bet for the Orange Bowl. The nation's ballparks have been invaded by autumn, and the 1975 major league baseball season ought to be over. Not quite. The big games that count most are just about to begin. This weekend the divisional play-offs open with the Pirates playing the Reds in the National League. Oakland, champions in the American League West, had to wait for...

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