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DAN PARKERNew York MirrorSports editorBad. Baseball players are individualists. They'd never agree to standardized pay, even though, at one time, baseball almost had a union. Larry MacPhail of the Yankees and Tom...
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June 22, 1970 | Tony Conigliaro
On a night in Boston a pitched ball blinded—and nearly killed—Red Sox Outfielder Tony Conigliaro. Here begins the story of his early terror and his struggle toward recovery
October 20, 1986 | Peter Gammons
That was truly a lovely affair, said Mrs. Yawkey to Mr. Autry. The of the Red Sox was sitting in the Singing Cowboy's box in Anaheim Stadium—along with Ted Williams—and she was referring to a party held the night...
January 23, 1956