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June 30, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
•Alex Wheaden, a national fencing champion in the under-16 class: "I love winning medals, and I like to see people see me getting awards."
May 19, 1969 | Roy Blount Jr.
Whatever it is, nobody ever seems to get it right or to be aware that Oakland's first baseman is one of the game's best unknown players
September 16, 1968
In 92 years of major league baseball no player has ever won a batting title with an average of less than .300. Now Carl Yastrzemski (left), with a stirring late-season drive, is in danger of taking the American...
May 03, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
AMERICAN LEAGUEMinnesota (6-2) flashed a new look—stout pitching, reckless base running and timely hitting—to win five straight. Harmon Killebrew's first 10 hits were singles; Jim Kaat (2-0) beat New York for the...