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May 12, 1969 | Mark Mulvoy
February 03, 1969 | William Leggett
After three months in Puerto Rico Frank Robinson knows one thing for certain: he can manage. He may become the majors' first Negro pilot
September 12, 1966 | Herman Weiskopf
"Lots of times I talk to myself when I go up to bat," says Oriole Outfielder Frank Robinson. "I tell myself, 'Make sure it's a good pitch,' and things like that. Nothing fancy." It is opposing pitchers who really...
August 01, 1966 | Mark Mulvoy
April 18, 1966
The American League rebelled against the New York Yankees last season, bringing their once-proud master down into the pack, and now they're gunning for the rival National League. One reason for optimism is a bevy of...