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April 09, 1962
Short pitching and shorter defense makes the odds too long
October 09, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
New York won 109 games, Philadelphia lost 107. A look at what happened, and why it did, to the best and worst during 1961
May 08, 1961 | Maury Allen
Two wins by wily Frank Lary (4-0), including his 24th against the Yankees, kept the at the top. The Yanks had first Stopped Detroit's winning streak at eight (longest in 12 years), but newcomers Dick Brown and Jake...
April 24, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
All the action was in the East where, because of bad weather, only 15 of the first 26 scheduled games were played. But everybody won a game and everybody lost one, even the two new clubs. One of baseball's best...
April 10, 1961
As the Senators last year, the Twins were one of the most improved teams in the league. Now, with the support of their enthusiastic new Minnesota fans, they may do even better