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Slugger Joe Adcock knew just when to hit it out
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•Amos Otis, Kansas City centerfielder, reapplying Joe Adcock's assessment of the batting eye of Henry Aaron to Rod Carew: "Trying to sneak a pitch past him is like trying to sneak the sunrise past a rooster."
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July 30, 1956 | Roy Terrell
Milwaukee's man of the moment is Joe Adcock (see cover). He also provides our HIGHLIGHT this week. Climaxing a fury of power hitting and rhubarbs, Adcock set a new season high in the National League with eight runs...