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May 20, 1963
"Let's face it," said Ted Bowsfield of the A's after his no-hit game was broken up Saturday. "Mediocre pitchers just aren't meant to pitch no-hitters." Historically, Bowsfield could not be more wrong—downright bums...
August 12, 1963
While a crop of towering young pitchers has been dominating baseball this year (), Robin Roberts, at one time not a bad young pitcher himself, is easing into middle age on a cushion of big victories. No longer the...
August 26, 1963
April 13, 1964
The Go-Go White Sox—Fox, Aparicio and friends—are gone, but they have left behind a legacy of small hit, big defense that the 1964 team will do nothing to disturb.
August 10, 1964 | Peter Carry
One day last week at Chicago's White Sox Park the players were rewarded with books of Green Stamps for hitting home runs (10 books) or knocking in a run (five books), etc. In one game against the Twins, the Sox's...