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August 12, 1968
Curt flood of the St. Louis Cardinals is the best hitter on a team so good that on the rare occasion when a player makes a mistake it is cause for a clubhouse party game.
July 01, 1968
WILLIAMS ON HITTING. Forget the excuses. There is a way to bat. In pictures and words, Boston's great slugger shows how in the concluding installment of his life in baseball.
June 03, 1968
Ted Williams, baseball's last .400 hitter and one of its most controversial personalities, breaks a lifelong silence about his career and begins his own story, Hitting Was My Life.
May 20, 1968
Brash and Bumptious, the Cincinnati Reds' hustling Pete Rose is a throwback to the oldtime ballplayer. William Leggett, after a week with Rose, tells what makes Pete run.
May 06, 1968
The Derby Report by Whitney Tower and a corps of photographers encompasses the color surrounding the classic and a close look at the action at every significant point.