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September 17, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
AMERICAN LEAGUEIt was hardly the place you would expect to find Jack Kennedy, but there he was in Washington with a bat in hand playing his first major league game. He swung with typical Kennedy vigor and the ball...
September 03, 1962
•Nestor Chylak, American League umpire: "If Early Wynn was pitching every day I was behind the plate, I'd rather join the Russian Army."
June 11, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
NATIONAL LEAGUEAn infection was spreading in Pittsburgh. It all began with Vernon Law, who did not allow a walk and won twice. Similar success spread to Harvey Haddix, who pitched his first complete game since last...
April 09, 1962
Back to speed, defense and, maybe, pitching
July 31, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
Danny O'Connell, infielder, said, "Nobody denies the Yankees are a better club than we are. We've got to beat them with tricks." Then, with hardly a trick, Washington beat the Yankees in a double-header, using the...