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Anyway, it paid for Marty Marion, who called a ball club as he saw it
October 04, 1954 | Red Smith
Dressen is back in the majors, where managers never die and only seem to fade away
March 28, 1955
BROOKLYN RELIES ON TWO HANDS
NO LONGER A TEAM TO BE IGNORED, THE WHITE SOX LOOM LARGE IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE RACE WITH SPEED, DEFENSE AND SOME GREAT PITCHING
June 27, 1955 | Roy Terrell
June, a tradition-packed month for brides and school children and tarpon fisherman, is also the time of year when the Chicago White Sox make their annual pilgrimage toward the top of the American League. This year,...
April 09, 1956
If baseball were a game that could be played all summer with eight men and one pitcher, Manager Marty Marion would be in good shape. The regular White Sox lineup is one of the most impressive in baseball—they can hit...