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April 08, 1963
Despite the blue-chip quality of the Yankees, they are a little short on the mound. At least that is the hope that must sustain the nine other teams through an otherwise ominous year
September 02, 1963
The first time, in 1957 someone named Willie Schmidt was pitching. Then there was Herman Wehmeier, Moe Drabowsky, Ernie Johnson, Art Schroll and Jim Brewer. Naturally there was Roger Craig. And Glen Hobbie, Barney...
April 13, 1964
Pretend that one year everything went wrong for the Yankees: sore arms, broken bones, pulled muscles and, oh, say, a bullet wound. That would finish the Yankees, right? Wrong. It all happened last year and the...
September 28, 1964 | William Leggett
April 26, 1965
•Joe Pepitone, Yankee first baseman, on "firsts" in Houston's domed stadium: "I got the first error there by an Italian."