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June 20, 1977
BASEBALL—The Chicago White Sox made HAROLD BAINES, an 18-year-old outfielder-first baseman from Saint Michaels, Md., the first player selected in the major league draft, held in New York.
May 18, 1959
Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals, after he became the sixth man in baseball history to smash 400 homers [others: Ruth, Foxx, Ott, Gehrig, Ted Williams]: "Gosh, that's a lot of home runs for a singles hitter."
July 07, 1975
ARCHERY—Led by 18-year old DARRELL PACE of Cincinnati, the U.S. won the men's world target archery championship team title at Interlaken, Switzerland. Pace won the men's individual championship with a world-record...
April 25, 1955
Baseball bliss wrapped Kansas City (welcoming its new major league team) and numberless other towns—but was nowhere more enveloping than in Brooklyn, whose beloved Bums won six straight and jumped to a five-game lead...
February 24, 1969 | Gary Ronberg
Frank Mahovlich rolls right along with Rolls-Royce Gordie Howe and Land Rover Alex Delvecchio to make up the best front line on the ice