August 24, 1959 | Gerald Holland
August 17, 1959 | Gerald Holland
April 14, 1958 | Robert Creamer
Certain barnaclelike growths of wrong assumption—that baseball is being killed by television, for example, or that the game today is a castrated version of the vigorous sport played in Ty Cobb's day—have been...
September 30, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
DAN PARKERNew York MirrorSports editorBad. Baseball players are individualists. They'd never agree to standardized pay, even though, at one time, baseball almost had a union. Larry MacPhail of the Yankees and Tom...
August 20, 1956 | Whitney Tower