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September 13, 1954
As the Baltimore Orioles, the former St. Louis Browns are the same old cellar-dwellers. Sports Editor J. Roy Stockton, who knew them in good times and bad, examines their history and the sad lesson of a ball club...
September 19, 1955 | Don Connery
Charles John Grimm, manager of the second-place Milwaukee Braves and a flouter of Durocher's Law, ponders his own managerial philosophy at 57 and then, in a clubhouse demonstration, proves he's still Jolly Cholly
February 27, 1956 | Robert Coughlan
March 25, 1957
•Off-Season HustleFederal agents are looking into what appears to be a bustling business in football, basketball and baseball parlay cards at a large Midwest industrial plant. At least one of the lottery hustlers, it...
September 08, 1958
This page noted last week that 11 of the 16 major league clubs show a decline in attendance in 1958 and quoted a reader who in effect blamed all this on himself because he'd rather be out doing something than...