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April 13, 1964
Last year the third-place Twins led the American League in home runs, home attendance, hitting and hope for the future. Delaying that future have been weaknesses in defense.
May 11, 1964
AMERICAN LEAGUEMinnesota set off an explosion of home runs last week, and pitchers all over the league felt the tremor. The Twins hit an even dozen, six in one game and six more in four others. Tony Oliva, Bob...
May 18, 1964 | Frank Deford
Last week it was the favorably fenced and ventilated ball park of the Twins, and before that the Athletics' Municipal Stadium, where the sluggers on both teams are slugging like crazy
August 09, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
AMERICAN LEAGUE"Tony Oliva," said Oriole Manager Hank Bauer, "does everything well—run, catch, throw and hit." A shrug and a short pause later, Bauer added: "The bum!" Last week, as MINNESOTA (5-2) stretched its lead...
August 23, 1965 | William Leggett