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April 11, 1966
Baseball 1966 gets under way and we salute it with our annual baseball issue, complete with 15 pages of photographs in full color and an analysis of each of the 20 major league clubs. William Leggett, who likes the...
May 30, 1966
Orbiting light years higher in the standings than they really should be, Houston's Astros are the surprise of the baseball season. Jack Mann reports on team, city and scoreboard.
June 27, 1966 | Garry Valk
"I have the only father," said Karen Mann, age 15, "who just for kicks pokes through a whole encyclopedia to find guys who bat right-handed but throw left-handed." Her mother was more to the point. She turned off The...
July 11, 1966
OPEN ADMIRATIONSirs:Alfred Wright's Open article (A Summit of Drama, June 27) sounded like one written by a press agent committed to the Hollywood star system. It was Palmer "Wham! zap! zowie!...that cataclysm with...
July 25, 1966
Baseball's best player, day in and day out, is—according to his professional colleagues—quiet Henry Aaron of the Atlanta Braves. Jack Mann examines the claim—and the man.