There's A New Tycoon In Town ... ... and if master batsman Rod Carew can lead the Angels to a pennant, Palm Springs may name a street after him

Fimrite, Ron
March 1979
Sports Illustrated;3/12/1979, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p24
The article features Rod Carew and his role in leading the California Angels to playoff contention in Major League Baseball. Carew is reportedly the highest paid batter of the team, with an annual pay of 800,000 U.S. dollars. It states that fans of the Angels team see him as a successor to southpaw hitter, Lyman Bostock, who was killed by a gunshot on September 23, 1978.


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