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May 20, 1963
"Let's face it," said Ted Bowsfield of the A's after his no-hit game was broken up Saturday. "Mediocre pitchers just aren't meant to pitch no-hitters." Historically, Bowsfield could not be more wrong—downright bums...
April 29, 1963 | Herman Weiskopf
AMERICAN LEAGUEIf nothing else, Minnesota learned a good deal about anatomy. There were graphic lessons on the human knee, jaw, hip, eyes and back. A period of convalescence—perhaps as long as a month—was prescribed...
March 25, 1963
INDEXSirs:Being an avid Dodger fan, I want to thank you for your article (An Urgent Matter of One Index Finger, March 4) on Sandy Koufax. Robert Creamer did an excellent job of covering this great pitching star. He...
March 04, 1963 | Robert Creamer
A sore finger knocked Sandy Koufax out of action last July and cost the Dodgers the 1962 pennant. Now the Dodgers worry: is the finger better?
February 25, 1963
Baseball is back and Sandy Koufax, the Dodgers' superb pitcher, talks of the big question of the spring—his injured ringer. Bill Charmatz paints the lighter side of spring training.