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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?
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...
June 22, 1964
"Getting to first base" is a universal idiom now, as much a part of the language of romance—or business—as it is of baseball. In the sport itself, the 90 feet to first remain the prime challenge for every man who...
April 15, 1963 | Tom C. Brody
About once a decade hordes of brilliant young ballplayers come off the farms in a swarm and scare the daylights out of the tired old baseball journeymen. This looks like one of those years
July 19, 1965 | Jack Mann