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April 13, 1964
Since they challenged the Yankees for the pennant in 1961, the Tigers have plummeted into the second division. Now two major trades should make them a lively team again.
April 11, 1960 | Roy Terrell
All the signs are here. The parks have been repainted. The sale of bubble-gum cards is booming. So are bats. For six weeks a shower of adjectives has poured forth from the training camps in Florida and Arizona, heavy...
April 18, 1966
Mickey Lolich is a left-handed pitcher for the Detroit Tigers and, as he says, "If you're left-handed and a pitcher, then people automatically think you're flaky." Yes, they do—especially when Mickey tells them why...
August 22, 1966
BOATING—PAUL ELVSTROM of Denmark skippered his Web III to the 5.5-meter world championship with five firsts and two seconds in the seven-race competition at Skovshoved, Denmark.
May 20, 1957
Max Truex, bouncy little USC 130-pounder who reaches only 5 feet 5½ inches even when he stretches, threaded his way carefully but hastily through ponderous field of 47, hit three-mile mark in 13:47.6, completed 5,000...