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 1National League Wins Longest All-Star Game, 2-1 Durso, Joseph; 1967 
 21968: Oakland Athletics 4, Minnesota Twins 0 Friendlich, Dick; 1968 
 3Oakland Hurler Drives in 3 Runs The Associated Press; 1968 
 4Is Pitching Dominance Ruining Baseball? Hano, Arnold; 1968 
 5Van Heusen Awards Go to Drysdale and Hunter  1968 
 6The quiet Ways of Catfish Hunter Jordan, Pat; 1971 
 7Buttercups Rampant Angell, Roger; 1972 
 8Oakland Athletics: The A's Are A-O.K. Goldberg, Hy; 1972 
 9 Hunter, Catfish; as told to George Vass; 1973 
 10  1973 
 11  1973 
 12Mustache Gang: the Swaggering Saga of Oakland's A's Bergman, Ron; 1973 
 13What Goes Into the Making of An Outstanding Hitter Gimblin, Ken and John Taylor; 1974 
 14 Perez, Tony; as told to George Vass; 1974 
 15Diminishing Support  1974 
 16Catfish Hunter: Hooked On Pitching Elderkin, Phil; 1974 
 17And the Records Keep Tumbling Down Uzarowski, Leon; 1974 
 18Catfish Soul Brother?  1974 
 19  1974 
 20Stars of the Major Leagues Klein, Dave; 1974 
 21Catfish Hunter: The Automatic Bortstein, Larry; 1974 
 22Catfish Hunter Klein, Dave; 1974 
 23Grass-Green Rookie Yount Bidding for Brewer SS Job Chapman, Lou; 1974 
 24Maybe A's Gate Problem is Costly Tickets Spander, Art; 1974 
 25Rigney Billed as Manager If Hayes' Group Buys A's Bergman, Ron; 1974 
 26Deal Sees Bit of Hunter in Tiger Kid Holdsworth Hawkins, Jim; 1974 
 27Dark Dampens A's Spirits, Cuts Out Booze on Planes Bergman, Ron; 1974 
 28Who Will Be the Next Pitcher To Win 300 Games? Hagar, Dan; 1975 
 29Sunny Side of the Street Angell, Roger; 1975 
 30A City On Pinstripes and Needles Fimrite, Ron; 1975 
 31New Way of Rating A.L. 20-game Winners Needed Comerford, Ed; 1975 
 32Bert Blyleven: Young Man in a Hurry Northington, Bob; 1975 
 33Game No. 3: the Dodgers Were Nibbled By the Catfish McGuff, Joe; 1975 
 34The Great Catfish Auction  1975 
 35Six Stars Name Their Baseball Idols Bortstein, Larry; 1975 
 36Are 'ironman' Pitchers Becoming a Vanishing Breed? Kuenster, John; ed.; 1975 
 37Catfish Hunter: a Money Pitcher From the Start Gergen, Joe; 1975 
 38Catfish Hunter: a 'money' Pitcher From the Start Gergen, Joe; 1975 
 39Opening of the Catfish Season Blount Jr., Roy; 1975 
 40Regular Season Ends, But Baseball Players Still Compete in RBI's Miller, Gay Sands; 1975 
 41Catfish Hunter: How Consisten Can You Get? Schlossberg, Dan; 1975 
 42Hunter, Jim  1975 
 43A.L. Schedule Shows Yanks Are Turning Into Night Owls  1975 
 44Gone Are the Days of Reporting Baseball Only Twombly, Wells; 1975 
 45Virdon Flashes `Caution' on Yank Optimism Pepe, Phil; 1975 
 46Yankees Compromise With Dobson on Salary Pepe, Phil; 1975 
 47Hunter Shuns `Fat Cat' Role; `I'm Just One of the Guys' Pepe, Phil; 1975 
 48Enough to Make You Cry Bisher, Furman; 1975 
 49New York Salutes Bay Area: A's and Giants Twombly, Wells; 1975 
 50Catfish Sparks Big Spurt in Yankees' Ticket Sales Pepe, Phil; 1975 
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