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•Barney Schultz, Cardinal pitcher, explaining how he named the "mattress pitch" he used in the World Series: "I threw it and the Yankees laid on it."
March 08, 1965 | William Leggett
Week after week, the fans flock into Madison Square Garden to watch the Rangers play. Week after week, the cash registers ring with profits. But hockey in the big, hard-hearted city is a game played without love
February 22, 1965
BASKETBALL—BOSTON played two games last week without Center Bill Russell—who had sore knees—one a 126-111 win over the Bullets and the other a 113-123 loss to the Knicks, despite Sam Jones' 44-point effort. The...
October 12, 1964
BASEBALL—"Thank goodness this rat race is over for me," said JOHNNY PESKY, 45, shortly before he was fired as manager of the eighth-place Boston Red Sox. Third-base Coach BILLY HERMAN, 55, who managed the Pirates in...
August 24, 1964
SAY IT ISN'T SO