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- August 02, 1982
- Vol. 18
- No. 5
A Galaxy of Baseball Old-Stars Celebrates the Glory of Summers Gone By
In the five-inning exhibition that followed, won by the American League 7-2, there was ample evidence of another kind of polarization—that between desire and dwindling ability. Still, there were moments to cherish: a staggering shoestring catch in the outfield by Henry Aaron, 48, two double plays started by nonpareil third baseman Brooks Robinson, 46, and a stunning home run by 75-year-old Luke Appling, whose last round-tripper was struck in the Truman Administration. Another Classic may be scheduled next year, and for most of the players that will be soon enough. Groaned pitcher Warren Spahn, 61: "I'm going to be a stiff s.o.b. tomorrow."
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