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November 07, 1960
BASEBALL—ALVIN DARK, 37, received a two-year contract as manager of the SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS after being obtained from MILWAUKEE for Andre Rogers. Dark succeeds Tom Sheehan, who took over from Bill Rigney in June....
January 30, 1961 | Alfred Wright
Bob Rosburg led the pros, but an inspired cast of old and young amateurs preserved the format that has made The Crosby one of the best tournaments in the country
April 10, 1961
Candlestick Park is a windy, precarious foothold for any manager, but Alvin Dark, with a few anchors to windward like Willie, hopes to lead Giants into the sun
May 22, 1961 | Tex Maule
Gone are the sullen San Francisco 'loners' of dismal 1960. They have been taught to relax, laugh (and win) by an abstemious manager and a down-to-earth practical joker
May 29, 1961 | Maury Allen
The lost three to the Dodgers, and the local Cassandras swung into action. They pointed a knowing finger at last year's record: 20-11 on the same date and an eventual fifth-place finish. Sports-writers even began...