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October 13, 1980 | Jim Kaplan
It was a memorable year. George Brett almost hit .400, the National League had two gut-clenching pennant races, San Francisco's Willie McCovey retired, and the players and owners narrowly averted a strike. At times...
February 03, 1975 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
ONE STEP FORWARD
April 09, 1962
A pennant depends on two old men...
May 08, 1961 | Maury Allen
Two wins by wily Frank Lary (4-0), including his 24th against the Yankees, kept the at the top. The Yanks had first Stopped Detroit's winning streak at eight (longest in 12 years), but newcomers Dick Brown and Jake...
April 10, 1961
Bill Veeck shoots off fireworks in Comiskey Park, and his White Sox are skyrockets on the bases. But they are an old team, and their age is starting to show