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June 29, 1970 | Tony Conigliaro
A cautious comeback, interrupted by a sudden loss of sight, ended in bitter words and near blindness. Then, for reasons still unknown, the vision cleared and hits once again cleared the outfield fences
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April 18, 1966
In their early days on the job with the Washington Senators, Manager Gil Hodges and General Manager George Selkirk bungled matters as badly as their players did. But both learned from their failures, and their...
June 28, 1965 | Herman Weiskopf
Outstanding pitching lifted CLEVELAND (8-0) into the thick of the pennant scramble. Four times in five days the Indians had shutouts: a one-hitter by Luis Tiant, a two-hitter by Sam McDowell and three-hitters by...