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October 04, 1954 | Red Smith
Dressen is back in the majors, where managers never die and only seem to fade away
October 04, 1954 | Roger Kahn
In New York, Casey Stengel signed a new Yankee contract. "I told them, they ought to fire me if I didn't win," Casey said, "and I didn't and they shoulda but they didn't. Now I got to find a way to catch the Indians."
March 21, 1955 | Al Schacht
THE TIGERS WON SEVEN STRAIGHT TO BECOME KINGS FOR A DAY. BUT NEITHER DETROIT NOR ANYONE ELSE FORESAW CRAZY SUNDAY
May 09, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Although the Detroit Tigers ended their wonderful winning streak last Sunday (seven straight victories may not sound particularly wonderful to you, but a team that hasn't been in the first division since 1950 has...
March 26, 1956 | Robert Creamer
In baseball's training camps, opportunity is calling. If you're a second baseman, you might help resolve a KEYSTONE CRISIS