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April 30, 1956
Baseball's first professional team toured the country in 1869 and won 64 games, tied one. Next season they won 27 straight, but then they came to Brooklyn and challenged the Atlantics, pride of the East
April 16, 1956
Raw rookies, stars in their prime, veterans heavy with wisdom—all start fresh with a new season
April 09, 1956 | Gerald Holland
Things change. In Brooklyn, Walter O'Malley dreams of a ball park with a dome over it just as Larry MacPhail had a vision of the game under lights long before it became a major league reality 21 years ago. In St....
April 09, 1956
On some days, this is the best club in baseball—depending on who's pitching. Except for pitching (and disregarding their inadequate reserves), the Reds have a fabulous baseball team. Roy McMillan is the finest...
The Question: Who is the man on your team to watch this year? (Asked of the major league team broadcasters.)
April 09, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
WAITE HOYTCincinnati Redlegs"Wally Post, our right fielder, the most underrated and overlooked player in our circuit. He's a better right fielder than Cincinnati has had in years. Although he hit 40 home runs last...