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May 16, 1955
BROOKLYN HAD THE SPOTLIGHT BUT IN THE WINGS THE PIRATES STAGED A ROUSING PREVIEW OF THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
May 16, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Before the season began the Pittsburgh Pirates were tabbed as a team destined to go nowhere Very far from the cellar in the National League pennant race. Spirited bursts of fine play could be expected every now and...
May 16, 1955 | Paul Richards
In the first of a series of articles condensed from his forthcoming book, Modern Baseball Strategy (Prentice-Hall, June 1, $3.95), a great tactician discusses the game's communications system
May 09, 1955
THE TIGERS WON SEVEN STRAIGHT TO BECOME KINGS FOR A DAY. BUT NEITHER DETROIT NOR ANYONE ELSE FORESAW CRAZY SUNDAY
May 09, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Although the Detroit Tigers ended their wonderful winning streak last Sunday (seven straight victories may not sound particularly wonderful to you, but a team that hasn't been in the first division since 1950 has...