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April 17, 1967
In one brief month this winter the ballplayers on the following pages suddenly learned that they would be opening the new season in different uniforms. Each has something to prove, and their new teams are betting...
September 19, 1966 | Jack Olsen
Baseball enters the stretch—and here come the colorful Dodgers, their eyes on the flag and their elbows in ice baths. A fight flares, laughter cools it, and the world champions stagger on—maybe all the way
April 18, 1966
The Dodgers should have been upset and confused as a result of the long Koufax-Drysdale holdout siege. After all, how can a team properly prepare itself to defend a league championship and a World Series title when...
May 24, 1965
ARMS, LEGS, AND THE MANNSirs:What have you got against the Dodgers? First you say Koufax can't pitch anymore, therefore, they can't win the pennant. Well, now he is pitching as good as ever and there goes that...
May 10, 1965 | Jack Mann
The Dodgers abandoned power hitting and bet their pennant chances on speed, pitching and Tommy Davis' bat. Last Saturday Davis broke his ankle (below) and Los Angeles dreams of success shattered with it