Sport: Togetherness in Fort Lauderdale

All is sweetness and light as the Yanks start training

Faithful followers of sporting soap opera will recall that, when last we saw the New York Yankees, they were flush with World Series victory but scarcely aglow with brotherly love. Catcher-Captain Thurman Munson, the man who hated Reggie Jackson's top-catting, wanted to be traded to Cleveland, a move that only an Akron, Ohio, native could cherish. Starting Pitcher Ed Figueroa, snubbed in the Series rotation, emptied his locker and departed before the champagne was uncorked. Amidst the celebration, Owner George Steinbrenner barely managed to...

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