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August 21, 1961 | Ray Cave
August 14, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
Even baseball's finest players have had difficulty maintaining top-level performances from one year to the next. At this time last season there were a dozen .300 hitters in the AL. Just two, Roy Sievers and Jim...
July 17, 1961 | Maury Allen
At mid-point the season was full of surprises. The NL's consensus pick for sixth place, the Cincinnati Reds, threatened to run away from the field. The Detroit Tigers, relegated to the depths of the expanded AL in...
May 08, 1961 | Maury Allen
Two wins by wily Frank Lary (4-0), including his 24th against the Yankees, kept the at the top. The Yanks had first Stopped Detroit's winning streak at eight (longest in 12 years), but newcomers Dick Brown and Jake...
May 08, 1961 | Tex Maule
Warren Spahn of the Braves, age 40, pitched his second no-hit game last week. Photographer Mark Kauffman was there and caught these batter's-eye views, including one of the bat cutting through Spahn's windup (below).