Sport: Ten Wins and Therefore No Ties

Milwaukee blows a bugle call on a Trebelhorn

Baseball got off to a slow start, clouded with coke and racism. But within a week the sky cleared and everyone simply started over, the thing baseball does best of all. Bo Jackson of Kansas City and Eric Davis of Cincinnati began applying for Willie Mays' and Roberto Clemente's old jobs. That odd-shaped Minnesotan Kirby Puckett resumed clubbing homers the unlikely way he did last year. With his Ted Williams stroke, the Mets' Darryl Strawberry worked at dissociating himself from scandal.

Of all the glad developments, though, the happiest were in Milwaukee, where a couple of strangers named Tom Trebelhorn and...

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