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The Question: What should the owners of the major league baseball teams do for their players? (Asked of the player representativ
January 10, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
J. NORMAN LEWIS, New York, N.Y.Counsel, Major LeagueBaseball Players Assn."Improve conditions so baseball will attract the highest type men. The evolution towards that end has already started. We have many college...
April 25, 1955
OPENING DAY FOR AMATEURS AND PROS
The Question: Where do you think your team will finish in the pennant race this year? (Asked of major league baseball managers)
April 25, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
BIRDIE TEBBETTS, Cincinnati Redlegs:"The National League is too tough to pick. There's not a bad team in the league. We have power, defense—and experience. Our veteran pitchers could be solid starters. Kluszewski,...
THE YANKS HAD THE INDIANS DEFEATED. BUT THEN CAME A HOME RUN AND A WILD PITCH THAT MAY DECIDE THE FLAG
September 19, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Whitey Ford, the Yankee pitcher, looked like a little boy, standing there on the mound in his knickers and his peaked cap, a little boy (now that it was late and the lights in Yankee Stadium had been turned on) who...