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A team with more ifs than any other in the league, the Giants could finish first—or fifth. More likely it will be third, where they finished in '55. Manager Bill Rigney has the game's greatest young player in Willie...
March 19, 1956 | James Murray
Baseball time in Arizona finds the Giants and the Indians elbowing each other for Lebensraum in the PROBLEM LEAGUE
LEO DUROCHER IS NO LONGER MANAGER OF THE GIANTS. LAST SUNDAY HIS CAREER CAME TO A NORMAL, SPECTACULAR CLOSE
October 03, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Bill Rigney had been Leo Durocher's heir apparent since 1954 when he ended his quiet major league career (eight years of journeyman in-fielding for the New York Giants; a .259 lifetime average) to become the manager...
June 06, 1955 | Paul Richards
ON THE USE OF PINCH HITTERS: TYPE THEM ACCORDING TO THEIR HITTING CHARACTERISTICS; USE THEM WISELY TO DO MOST GOOD