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April 08, 1963
Assuming Frank Lary's arm is in shape, the Tigers have just about everything to challenge the Yankees except a sound double-play combination. Lack of it could nullify any threat
June 17, 1963
April 13, 1964
Since they challenged the Yankees for the pennant in 1961, the Tigers have plummeted into the second division. Now two major trades should make them a lively team again.
April 13, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Nothing is certain in April but baseball and taxes—and both involve D-days for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED readers between now and next Wednesday. This magazine will not undertake to help you with April 15 tax calculations...
May 04, 1964
A tiger enigma is Detroit's Al Kaline. Though he has averaged over .300 for 12 years, some say he has not yet reached his peak. Jack Olsen offers his—and Kaline's—answers.