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January 09, 2012
| DIED | At age 72 of heart failure, former AFL and NFL defensive tackle Houston Antwine. An eighth-round steal out of Southern Illinois in 1961, he was promptly shipped by the Oilers to the Patriots, where he joined...
October 07, 1957 | Arnold Hano
April 15, 1957
April 09, 1956
A team with more ifs than any other in the league, the Giants could finish first—or fifth. More likely it will be third, where they finished in '55. Manager Bill Rigney has the game's greatest young player in Willie...
THE TIGERS WON SEVEN STRAIGHT TO BECOME KINGS FOR A DAY. BUT NEITHER DETROIT NOR ANYONE ELSE FORESAW CRAZY SUNDAY
May 09, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Although the Detroit Tigers ended their wonderful winning streak last Sunday (seven straight victories may not sound particularly wonderful to you, but a team that hasn't been in the first division since 1950 has...