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MILWAUKEE IS A REAL BASEBALL TOWN, AND THIS YEAR THE ALL-STAR WAS A REAL BASEBALL GAME. JUST ASK THE PLAYERS
July 25, 1955 | Robert Creamer
The most cheerful thing about last week's All-Star Game in Milwaukee was the city of Milwaukee itself. The city named each year as the site of baseball's big game is chosen according to a rather ramshackle order of...
August 01, 1955
August 08, 1955
Sirs:Your August 1 issue has changed me from a charter subscriber to a lifetime subscriber to SI. Reason: simple—your wonderful cover and CONVERSATION PIECE on Ted Williams by Joan Flynn Dreyspool, and a tremendous,...
August 08, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
JOE DIMAGGIOFormer Center FielderN.Y. Yankees"Mel Harder. He had one of the best curve balls I've ever seen and was particularly tough on right-handed hitters like me. All he had to do was put his glove on and I was...
September 19, 1955 | Don Connery
Charles John Grimm, manager of the second-place Milwaukee Braves and a flouter of Durocher's Law, ponders his own managerial philosophy at 57 and then, in a clubhouse demonstration, proves he's still Jolly Cholly