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April 24, 1961 | Walter Bingham
April 03, 1961
According to Aristotle, who knew even less about baseball than Marilyn Monroe, courage consists mostly of knowing when to sidestep danger. Most baseball players would find the 245 pounds of Ted Kluszewski a danger...
October 12, 1959 | Roy Terrell
It had been several years since Ted Kluszewski was a hero, and for a man used to the headlines, it was a long wait.
July 30, 1956 | Harry Phillips
When rain delayed the start of the July 4 double-header at Crosley Field, the Redlegs headed for their dugout. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's Hy Peskin, stationed at its third-base end, simply turned the corner and ducked in...
July 16, 1956 | Robert Creamer