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May 20, 1957
Swinging for the fences, Boston's polemic Ted Williams hits one of his three home runs in 4-1 victory over the White Sox at Chicago.
April 30, 1956 | Robert Creamer
April 09, 1956
This club still has the best pitching in baseball. The middle-aged veterans have been bolstered with brilliant young Herb Score and the relief twins, Narleski and Mossi. And unlike the powerful but erratic Indians of...
May 30, 1955 | Robert Creamer
The rocketing fast balls of two young American League pitchers—Bob Turley of the New York Yankees and Herb Score of the Cleveland Indians—have aroused an eager sense of anticipation in those baseball fans who are...
April 13, 1959