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May 17, 1965
A lot of people have wondered how an old man like Yogi Berra (below), subjected to the softening effects of a year's layoff and of a managerial term, could regain playing form so quickly. They need wonder no longer....
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May 28, 1962 | Huston Horn
They may be poor fielders or slow runners or senior citizens but each and every one will do in a pinch
October 16, 1961
The first three games of the World Series the Yankees had a fight on their hands. The last two were debacles. In winning 4-1, the Yankees demonstrated their superiority in every facet of play. Their regulars—notably...
August 14, 1961
•John Blanchard, whose left-handed hitting has won seven games for the New York Yankees, attributes part of his success to Casey Stengel's retirement. He says: "And that Stengel! I took the pipe six times pinch...