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June 20, 1977 | Larry Keith
Their starting pitchers are mediocre at best, but the Twins have given their rivals the worst of it with strong hitting and a corps of stingy relievers
August 07, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy
Around the National League, Gene Mauch, the volatile manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, has a reputation for baiting opposing players with a steady flow of unprintable verbiage that is designed to needle, anger...
April 18, 1966 | William Leggett
September 13, 1965 | William Leggett
A team loses a game and gains ground, another falls from first place to third as it sleeps. The oddest pennant race in National League history is always exciting but sometimes it gets just a little sloppy
July 26, 1965 | Jack Mann
Philadelphia Phillie Manager Gene Mauch stood near second base with his arms folded, trying to think of something. He had just lost his second argument of the evening to the umpires, and the game was long gone to the...