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September 13, 1971 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Pittsburgh's Rosey Rowswell (far left) said, "Open the window, Aunt Minnie," and became famous. Arch McDonald, the voice of the Senators, parted his hair in the middle and offered to fight fans. Cleveland Indian Jack...
July 17, 1967 | Harold Peterson
During the 20th century's second decade, John J. McGraw's New York Giants won the pennant four times, finished last once and set a record that still stands for topsy-turvy ball
December 06, 1965
Contrary to popular belief, all professional football linemen are not out to maim enemy quarterbacks. In the Baltimore-Detroit tie on Thanksgiving Day, the Lions' Alex Karras broke through at one point and had Colt...
June 13, 1960
These incandescent pools of light, glowing in the night on either bank of New York's Harlem River, are a sight unique in sport—and one that mixes memory and desire, even as T. S. Eliot's April. Babe Ruth and John...
May 05, 1958 | Robert Shaplen