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Yankee infielders like Billy Martin and Gil McDougald played, for the most part, with masterful poise and grace, but the hero of the base paths, both on the field and on base, was the spry old (37) shortstop of the Dodgers, Pee Wee Reese. Reese was the steady man of the Brooklyn team, making the fielding play with steady, upright caution, but without delay.

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