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August 01, 1955 | Joan Flynn Dreyspool
Ted Williams' brilliant career was interrupted by almost five years of service in the Marines. Despite the loss, the slugger with the strong left-handed grip was able to compile one of baseball's great batting...
August 29, 1955 | Robert L. Slevin
The once great Ruth, eyes and bat failing in 1935, for a day showed fans he was still Sultan of Swat
The Question: Ed Bang, sports editor of the Cleveland "News," thinks that Ty Cobb is the greatest baseball player of all time. W
September 26, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
BILL McGOOGANSt. Louis Post-Dispatch Sportswriter"It's Cobb or Wagner. I say Wagner because a shortstop is a much more important cog in a baseball machine. Hans was an unparalleled shortstop. He helped the pitcher,...
November 14, 1955 | Curtis Prendergast
The Dodgers may have won the Series but in Japan the New York Yankees are still the champions of the world. The honored descendants of Ruth were greeted, feted and cheered by millions, and everybody had a wonderful time