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October 04, 1954
Millions watched big-league baseball from the stands—-millions more on the flickering screens of TV. It is a rare fan who does not have his own view, at season's end, of the key men and moments. Here, at the request...
A MANAGER WINS PENNANTS WHEN HE LEARNS TO ROTATE HIS PITCHING TO GET HEAVY DUTY OUT OF HIS STAFF AND STILL KEEP IT RESTED
August 08, 1955 | Paul Richards
Surely the most important—and possibly the most interesting—of all the problems facing a baseball manager is the handling of pitchers. Your team's strength begins with the pitching staff. Its failure can mean disaster.
August 08, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
JOE DIMAGGIOFormer Center FielderN.Y. Yankees"Mel Harder. He had one of the best curve balls I've ever seen and was particularly tough on right-handed hitters like me. All he had to do was put his glove on and I was...
April 09, 1956
This club still has the best pitching in baseball. The middle-aged veterans have been bolstered with brilliant young Herb Score and the relief twins, Narleski and Mossi. And unlike the powerful but erratic Indians of...
April 08, 1957 | Roy Terrell