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The rocketing fast balls of two young American League pitchers—Bob Turley of the New York Yankees and Herb Score of the Cleveland Indians—have aroused an eager sense of anticipation in those baseball fans who are...
May 30, 1955
Big league baseball standings began to take on a more familiar look. The New York Yankees and the Cleveland Indians commanded the American League, a game or so apart. The World Champion New York Giants climbed to...
June 06, 1955 | Robert Shaplen
June 06, 1955 | Paul Richards
ON THE USE OF PINCH HITTERS: TYPE THEM ACCORDING TO THEIR HITTING CHARACTERISTICS; USE THEM WISELY TO DO MOST GOOD
June 06, 1955 | Robert Creamer
AN ANGEL OF DARKNESS NAMED SAL THE BARBER, WHO BEAT THE DODGERS AS USUAL, TURNED OUT TO BE THE ONLY BRIGHT SPOT IN A BLACK WEEK FOR THE GIANTS