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According to their plaques in Yankee Stadium's historic Monument Park, Roger Maris was a "couragous" player, and Elston Howard was a true "genteleman." Team officials noticed the misspellings when the plaques were...
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August 14, 1967
BOATING—With three preliminary-heat victories and a second-place finish in the final, BILLY SCHUMACHER of Seattle totaled 1,500 points to easily win the Gold Cup race for unlimited hydroplanes on Seattle's Lake...
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August 19, 1963
Roger Craig, the Mets' pitcher, has the losing habit like nobody else. At the beginning of the week, he was 2-20, and he had lost 18 consecutive games, only one short of the record. Touched by the hideousness of it...