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August 28, 1972 | Jack Tobin
Can Vic Davalillo, the minuscule and peripatetic Venezuelan who plays now and then for the Pittsburgh Pirates, be the victim of that most pernicious form of bigotry—size-ism?
July 14, 1969 | Peter Carry
May 13, 1968 | Joe Jares
Or at least they should. The sportswriters employed to decide hits and errors are an embattled lot. The players claim they are never right
July 19, 1965 | Jack Mann
May 31, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
Cleveland (4-3) Outfielder Vic Davalillo is called Yo-Yo, but the moniker should have been applied to the Indians. As usual, they were up and down—winning four, then losing three. General Manager Gabe Paul silenced...