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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
June 19, 1961 | Walter Bingham
Jimmie Dykes, that comical, crotchety 64-year-old, has his Cleveland Indians steamed up and headed for the pennant
April 10, 1961
A solid first team, with Jim Piersall promising no more of last year's antics, will make the Indians tough all year long. Injuries, however, would hurt this benchless club