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February 28, 1966 | Garry Valk
A week or so ago, when we had a warmish day between blustery snowstorms here in the East, I caught a glimpse of the first sure sign of spring. A couple of 12-year-old kids had baseball gloves on and were playing...
February 18, 1963 | Robert Cantwell
LEO DUROCHER IS NO LONGER MANAGER OF THE GIANTS. LAST SUNDAY HIS CAREER CAME TO A NORMAL, SPECTACULAR CLOSE
October 03, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Bill Rigney had been Leo Durocher's heir apparent since 1954 when he ended his quiet major league career (eight years of journeyman in-fielding for the New York Giants; a .259 lifetime average) to become the manager...
September 12, 1955
Nashua upset favored Swaps in the match race.
NOBODY BUT NOBODY IS MORE OF AN OPTIMIST THAN A GIANT FAN. BUT LAST WEEK THE MOST FANATIC HAD TO FACE IT: WE'RE THROUGH
July 18, 1955 | Robert Creamer
It is only right to give the devil his due, and while that may be too strong a term even for Dodger fans, it is wrong to wait any longer to allow them their proper and deserved gloat. The Giants are through.