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MINUS THE MICKSirs:You made the silly statement that Ralph Houk knows that "without Mantle the world champion Yankees are goners" (The Yankees' Desperate Gamble, July 2). The New York Yankees are a championship club...
June 11, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
NATIONAL LEAGUEAn infection was spreading in Pittsburgh. It all began with Vernon Law, who did not allow a walk and won twice. Similar success spread to Harvey Haddix, who pitched his first complete game since last...
May 21, 1962 | Jim Brosnan
May 14, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
newest Indian was 29 feet tall and lugged a 22-foot bat. He stood, in neon and plastic splendor, on the roof of Municipal Stadium, and perhaps he helped inspire the Indians to hit nine homers. The pitchers, however,...
May 07, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
NATIONAL LEAGUESan Francisco fans were happy. Their Giants won four of six, were all but tied for first with the Cardinals and Pirates, and the peanuts at Candlestick Park ("thirty plump legumes instead of the 20...