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July 11, 1955 | Red Smith
July 11, 1955
The American League, a constellation of whose great stars are shown performing in color on the next four pages, has traditionally been the show window of power baseball. Its great sluggers—from the era of Ruth and...
July 18, 1955
Swaps, stretching his unbeaten string to eight—seven as a 3-year-old—and his earnings to $349,900 (Nashua has won $690,000) came within 4/5 second of the Hollywood Park track record for 1¼ miles in winning the...
July 25, 1955 | Al Hirshberg
MILWAUKEE IS A REAL BASEBALL TOWN, AND THIS YEAR THE ALL-STAR WAS A REAL BASEBALL GAME. JUST ASK THE PLAYERS
July 25, 1955 | Robert Creamer
The most cheerful thing about last week's All-Star Game in Milwaukee was the city of Milwaukee itself. The city named each year as the site of baseball's big game is chosen according to a rather ramshackle order of...