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•Gordon Van Liew, orange-juice tycoon, whose car finished 11th at Indianapolis: "We haven't won a race in two years, but we haven't lost a party."
July 13, 2009 | MICHAEL BAMBERGER
In a year of turmoil, good news came out of the Big Apple, where the '69 Series champs surprised the world and became heroes forever
September 08, 1969 | Peter Carry
With only a month to go, at least seven National League teams are in lovely fighting positions for the two playoff berths, but Chicago and San Francisco seem the safest
January 07, 1957 | Paul O'Neil
Four weeks after the baseball season opened, Sal Maglie, 39, turned in his suit to the Cleveland Indians, who had found little for him to do, and headed back to the old National League—and the Brooklyn Dodgers. He...
September 21, 1964 | Peter Carry
It was a wild week for pitchers. Boston's Bill Monbouquette and Kansas City's Bob Meyer both threw one-hitters last week and lost. In all, there were 17 shutouts in the big leagues, with an assortment of 33 low-hit...