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August 15, 1955
RED SOX TAKE REDCOATS 181 YEARS, SEVEN MONTHS, THREE WEEKS AND NINE INNINGS AFTER A CERTAIN FAMOUS TEA PARTY
August 15, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Things have never been hotter in the American League than they were last week, and the heat was playing tricks on everybody. What had started out to be a taut and exacting drama, replete with superb baseball played...
September 12, 1955
September 12, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Thirty-one years ago this week against Brooklyn, Sunny Jim Bottomley of the St. Louis Cardinals batted in 12 runs, still the top major league mark for a single game. The most red-faced Robin (Dodger) of all was...
April 09, 1956 | Gerald Holland
Things change. In Brooklyn, Walter O'Malley dreams of a ball park with a dome over it just as Larry MacPhail had a vision of the game under lights long before it became a major league reality 21 years ago. In St....