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 1`Red Farm Crop Could Keep Us in Clover Five Years'--DeWitt Lawson, Earl; 1963 
 2A Poor Year For Rookies Bryson, Bill; 1965 
 3Sizzler Sisler: He Tells About His Job of Keeping Sizzle in the Reds Dexter, Charles; 1965 
 4High-Quality Play Likely; Stars Inked Ruiz, Horacio; 1966 
 5Pair of Int's Skippers on Pilot Roster Frau, Miguel J.; 1966 
 6Reds Sight a New Source of Mayhem: May's Mace Lawson, Earl; 1966 
 7An Inside Report: Violence in Baseball Vecsey, George; 1967 
 8Heart? Nolan Has It, Claim Red Opponents Lawson, Earl; 1967 
 9Tony Perez Lawson, Earl; 1967 
 10Sonny Sizzled at .355 Pace Facing Tepee Hurlers in '67 n; 1967 
 11Perez Wins Nod as Reds' First Baseman in Opener n; 1967 
 12Just Routing Fly Ball...But It Gave Giants Awful Headache Stevens, Bob; 1967 
 13Even Cop Gets Socked on Jaw in Redbirds-Reds Donnybrook Russo, Neal; 1967 
 14A Four-Hit Barrage by Rose--But Plate Flop Costs Him $50 Lawson, Earl; 1967 
 15Perez Crown Prince of N.L. All-Stars: Tony's Blast Settles It in 15th Frame Broeg, Bob; 1967 
 16Perez Wins Ward Trophy as Star of Game's Stars n; 1967 
 17Reds Prepare for Operation Big Switch Lawson, Earl; 1967 
 18May Heeded Advice From His Grandma Lawson, Earl; 1967 
 19Reds Must Make Deal to Help Weak Pitching Lewis, Allen; 1967 
 20Tony Swings Torrid Stick; Reds Hope He's Permanent Lawson, Earl; 1967 
 21May Wins a Berth in Bristol's Game of Musical Chairs Lawson, Earl; 1967 
 22The Hard Scuffle To Be a Big-leaguer Devaney, John; 1967 
 23National League Wins Longest All-Star Game, 2-1 Durso, Joseph; 1967 
 24Highlight Weiskopf, Herman; 1967 
 25Highlight Weiskopf, Herman; 1967 
 26Is Perez Burning? McHugh, Roy; 1967 
 27Bristol Blames Winter Ball for Perez' Flop Lawson, Earl; 1968 
 28Reds Put Pinson on Block in Bid for Quality Hurler: Vada Nearing 2,000 Hits Lawson, Earl; 1968 
 29Tame All-Star Hitters--A Record 30 Whiffs: Belters Put The Blame On Twilight Newhan, Ross; 1968 
 30Reds' Combine Spells Victory For Imports in All-Star Game Frau, Miguel; 1968 
 31An Emergency Keystoner, Tony Started Double Play  1968 
 32Feast or Famine For Red Hitters: 17 Runs, Then Zero Lawson, Earl; 1968 
 33Perez...a Perfect Temperament Lawson, Earl; 1968 
 34Handyman Woodward Lands Steady Job With Reds Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 35`You Can Be Next .400 Hitter,' Williams Tells Starry-Eyed Rose Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 36A Story-Book Clout by Carroll Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 37Reds' Rest Decree Boosts May, Perez Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 38Reds Hitch Pennant Wagon to Their Workhorse Carroll Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 39Clemente Player of Month for July With .402 Mark  1969 
 40May, Perez Zero In on Reds' Lefty-Righty Homer Record Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 41Perez RBI Total to 100  1969 
 42Reds' Morale Skyrocketing on Maloney's Mound Feats Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 43Reds See Idle Winter As Tonic For Tony Lawson, Earl; 1969 
 44Pizarro Whitewashes Old Teammates Frau, Miguel; 1969 
 45Why the Reds Hit So Well McNulty, Pat; 1969 
 46Perez' Booming Drives Jar Foes and Please Reds Lawson, Earl; 1970 
 47Big Red Machine  1970 
 48Bench Confident He'll Sit in Klu's Chair Lawson, Earl; 1970 
 49The National League's 9 Most Underrated Players Wills, Maury; as told to John Devaney; 1970 
 50Cincy's Musclemen Walloping Homers at Awesome Pace Lawson, Earl; 1970 
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