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July 05, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Dave McNally, Oriole pitcher and American Legion Baseball's Graduate of the Year, on how his mother encouraged him to play: "She always said, 'Have a good time; you'll be working the rest of your life.' "
August 06, 2007
Two youth baseball teams in Washington were forced to forfeit tournament wins because their American Legion patches were silk-screened instead of sewn on.
October 08, 1962
Sally Ames Langmuir of Beverly Hills, Calif., who bought the renowned San Francisco Bay racer Bolero for a rumored $200,000, continued the 73-foot yawl's victory tradition by skippering it to Class A and overall...
September 16, 1963
Paul Dudzick, 17, stroke for Buffalo's West Side Rowing Club eight that lost to the St. Catharines (Ont.) crew in the U.S. championships, paced his 155-pound crew to a double victory over St. Catharines in the Royal...
August 04, 1975 | Edited by William Oscar Johnson
•Joe Torre, on catchers: "Most people don't understand catchers. For example, Jerry Grote is a catcher who hits. Johnny Bench is a hitter who catches. There is a big difference."