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May 03, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
AMERICAN LEAGUEMinnesota (6-2) flashed a new look—stout pitching, reckless base running and timely hitting—to win five straight. Harmon Killebrew's first 10 hits were singles; Jim Kaat (2-0) beat New York for the...
April 19, 1965
HITTINGThe White Sox operate on pitching and defense, but their hopes for a pennant are based, paradoxically, on hitting. Last year the Sox finished second, only one game behind the Yankees, despite a feeble offense...
April 19, 1965 | William Leggett
Baseball is back and everything is exactly the way it always has been—except for a glass dome and a lame duck and some rather plump bats
July 13, 1964
WHITE GARTERSSirs:William Leggett's article on the Chicago White Sox' "fatal" encounters with the Yankees and Orioles (The White Sox Hex that Failed, June 29) was the most depressing piece I have ever read in your...
June 11, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
NATIONAL LEAGUEAn infection was spreading in Pittsburgh. It all began with Vernon Law, who did not allow a walk and won twice. Similar success spread to Harvey Haddix, who pitched his first complete game since last...