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June 15, 1970
Back and batting, Tony Conigliaro begins the story of his beaning, his desperate struggle to recover from legal blindness and, finally, the miracle that restored his career.
July 21, 1969 | Peter Carry
In recent seasons the Boston centerfielder, surround ed as he was by Carl Yastrzemski in left and Tony Conigliaro in right, has had trouble gaming recognition. Not only did they hit a pile, but their nick names—Yaz...
June 16, 1969 | William Leggett
April 14, 1969 | William Leggett
Strongest of the four divisions, the East should also be the most exciting. Detroit, Boston and Baltimore each won an American League championship in the past three seasons and with Cleveland and New York they made...
April 07, 1969 | Mark Mulvoy
A year and a half after the beaning that nearly cost him the vision in his left eye, Boston's Tony Conigliaro has his old job back, having overcome medical opinions and stiff competition from his brother