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April 26, 1999
"When I came to, I didn't remember anything," Don Zimmer says of the beaning that nearly killed him. On July 7, 1953, when Zimmer was playing for the Triple A St. Paul Saints, he was hit in the head by a pitch from...
September 21, 1959
May 21, 1956 | Robert Creamer
Early power in the National League shifts westward. Milwaukee is hot. So is St. Louis. And in Cincinnati the Birdie chirps
April 09, 1956
On some days, this is the best club in baseball—depending on who's pitching. Except for pitching (and disregarding their inadequate reserves), the Reds have a fabulous baseball team. Roy McMillan is the finest...