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A year ago, when still in high school in San Bruno, Calif., Wally Bunker waited patiently for offers to sign with the Angels or Giants, the teams he most wanted to play for. Seventeen clubs made bids, but not the...
June 08, 1964
AMERICAN LEAGUEAs if following a Rube Goldberg blueprint, BALTIMORE used scraps of good pitching, chunks of clutch hitting, a dab of luck and a dash of trickery to build the best record (5-2) of the week. Robin...
July 13, 1964 | Frank Deford
April 10, 1967 | Joe Jares
Hank Bauer's pitchers are hurting and his doctor has told him to quit smoking, a parlay that should have left the Baltimore manager snapping at people. But things really don't look bad at all for the Orioles
August 26, 1968 | Mark Mulvoy
Behind every pitcher hurling a shutout game in this season of the vanishing hitters are plenty who threw too hard too early in their careers. A majority are now out of baseball or recuperating in its boondocks