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May 13, 1957
Dodgers' peppery infielder filled in for injured Pee Wee Reese, hit .333 for week.
June 24, 1957 | Les Woodcock
Six rookies and "Granny," who was almost lost to major league ball, helped make the Phils the most improved team in baseball this spring
August 19, 1957
in the National League belong, so far, to the Phillies' Ed Bouchee () and Jack Sanford (). Bouchee, a power-hitting first baseman, has dominated rookie hitting statistics all season, while Sanford, a 28-year-old...
April 14, 1958
April 13, 1959