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April 22, 1968 | Peter Carry
It was a strange turnabout from baseball's earlier pattern of contributions toward racial equality. A team from Philadelphia had to convince the Dodgers to postpone their opener out of respect for the murdered Dr....
April 15, 1968
Following the most exciting race in its history, the American League now has people believing in it again. For too many years it was moribund because of the excellence of the New York Yankees and the servility of...
June 14, 1965 | Bill Veeck
October 12, 1959
After 10 years of repeat performances—usually starring Casey and the Yankees—baseball's big show moved west with a new cast of characters. Result: the biggest crowds and richest receipts in Series history
September 28, 1959 | Walter Bingham
Next week, somewhere in this great land of ours, a husband will return home from work and his wife will say to him: "I think Luis Aparicio is cute." The World Series, you see, reaches everyone. While it is being...