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October 09, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
New York won 109 games, Philadelphia lost 107. A look at what happened, and why it did, to the best and worst during 1961
September 25, 1961 | Maury Allen
As time ran out on Maris and Mantle (three games to go for 154), Roger led Babe Ruth by a couple of games, but Mickey was apparently out of the race. Meanwhile, New York won two from Detroit, collected four magic...
September 11, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
Each year the relief pitcher plays an increasing role in baseball. In 1951 starting pitchers finished their games more than one-third of the time: 36% in the NL, 39% in the AL. This season only one starting pitcher...
September 04, 1961 | Maury Allen
Winning streaks and losing streaks, firings and hirings, resignations and promotions, charges and countercharges, all merely meant that baseball was reacting as it always does in the exciting warmth of pennant races...
August 28, 1961 | Maury Allen
With six weeks to go, three names were monopolizing attention in National and American League cities alike: Roger Eugene Maris, Mickey Charles Mantle and George Herman Ruth. Partially overlooked amidst this fuss and...