From the Archives — The Power of Positive Sinking

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It’s the fifth inning at Royals Stadium. In the bullpen, Dan Quisenberry, the American League’s premier relief pitcher, has been cracking jokes, planning pranks and maybe working a crossword puzzle. He’s even wandered under the stands to consult with groundskeeper George Toma on the best way to strike out the crab grass in Quiz’s front yard.

Dan admits to not thinking about the game away from the ballpark, and not much about it at all during the first five innings either. But now he’s getting restless…

Click here to read our feature on Dan Quisenberry from our May/June 1985 issue. Quisenberry was one of the first athletes to grace the cover of Sports Spectrum magazine, which was originally called Sports Focus. Quisenberry passed away in September of 1998.

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