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June 25, 1962 | William Leggett
The Los Angeles Dodgers are drawing baseball's biggest crowds with a group of players who are not afraid to sing and dance and take a chance. Running the bases with derring-do, they lead the league
July 09, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
He threw nine pitches in the first inning and struck out three Mets, and for more than half the game the big question was whether Sandy Koufax of would break the single-game strikeout record. The Dodger left-hander...
August 06, 1962
•Dodger Sandy Koufax, after injury to his pitching hand benched him in the middle of his best season: "I feel like Job. I can't get mad at anybody except the Lord, and if I do that I'm afraid things will get worse."