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May 13, 1957
The Aga Khan, 79 and ailing, climaxed unique 34-year racing career with "tonic" win in Thousand Guineas for sweep of English classic races in lifetime, added to record British track winnings of nearly $3 million and...
April 30, 1956
Art Ditmar, Kansas City right-hander, was handed 13-run cushion by Athletics in second inning, showed his appreciation by setting Chicago down with one hit as he breezed to easy 15-1 victory in best-pitched game of week.