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Back to speed, defense and, maybe, pitching
September 17, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
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July 06, 1959 | Roy Terrell
In a mercenary mood, the major leaguers split their big midsummer spectacle into two parts. Act I goes on next week in Pittsburgh, and it still figures to be quite a show
July 10, 1961 | Roger Kahn
Despite official denials, pitchers throw at batters—to knock them down, to brush them back, sometimes to brain them
January 25, 1960
Wilt Chamberlain, 7 feet one inch, asked by a young fan what he should do to become a basketball star: "The first thing is become 7 feel tall."