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How are you going to beat them? Other managers worry about finding a ballplayer to fill a certain position; canny old Casey Stengel worries only about which one of two—or three or four—of almost equal ability he is...
October 10, 1955
Jackie Robinson's steal of home in first game raised rhubarbs and first glimpse of what a rousing World Series it was to be
May 30, 1955 | Robert Creamer
The rocketing fast balls of two young American League pitchers—Bob Turley of the New York Yankees and Herb Score of the Cleveland Indians—have aroused an eager sense of anticipation in those baseball fans who are...