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April 29, 1963 | Herman Weiskopf
AMERICAN LEAGUEIf nothing else, Minnesota learned a good deal about anatomy. There were graphic lessons on the human knee, jaw, hip, eyes and back. A period of convalescence—perhaps as long as a month—was prescribed...
April 08, 1963
With daring and dollars the Twins climbed to second in 1962. This year their infield is young and skilled, their outfield mature and powerful, their pitching strong. They have a chance
September 17, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
AMERICAN LEAGUEIt was hardly the place you would expect to find Jack Kennedy, but there he was in Washington with a bat in hand playing his first major league game. He swung with typical Kennedy vigor and the ball...
August 27, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
They carried real trumpets and toy trumpets, old and new trumpets, and the 650 who brought them got in free on Trumpet Night in . This caused President Bill DeWitt to ask, "How about a Piano Night next?" But all the...
July 09, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
He threw nine pitches in the first inning and struck out three Mets, and for more than half the game the big question was whether Sandy Koufax of would break the single-game strikeout record. The Dodger left-hander...