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May 21, 1984 | Helen Mack Thomas
I wasn't too startled recently when, during a televised review of baseball's history, I saw a closeup of my uncle Connie Mack in a box seat watching a World Series game at Yankee Stadium. It was quite a different...
October 25, 1982 | Franz Lidz
Baseball lore is full of tales of misread signs that led to disaster, but Third Baseman Jimmy Dykes's career was almost an anthology of major detours. Connie Mack traded him to the White Sox in 1933, and Dykes, who...
September 18, 1967 | Gary Ronberg
As a baseball manager, Jimmie Dykes was always on the move. He was fired out of Chicago, out of Philadelphia, out of Cleveland and even out of Hollywood. He was traded away by Detroit, and he left Baltimore of his...
March 12, 1962 | Gerald Holland
October 09, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
New York won 109 games, Philadelphia lost 107. A look at what happened, and why it did, to the best and worst during 1961