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ONE WELL-PLACED BUNT SERVED TO POINT UP A SOMEWHAT HISTORICAL FACT: THE NEW YORK YANKEES ARE NO LONGER BASEBALL'S BIG TEAM
May 23, 1955 | Robert Creamer
In Yankee stadium where the New York Yankees were about to play the second and final game of a brief but possibly significant early season series with the Cleveland Indians, a well-dressed man in a charcoal-gray suit...
THE YANKS HAD THE INDIANS DEFEATED. BUT THEN CAME A HOME RUN AND A WILD PITCH THAT MAY DECIDE THE FLAG
September 19, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Whitey Ford, the Yankee pitcher, looked like a little boy, standing there on the mound in his knickers and his peaked cap, a little boy (now that it was late and the lights in Yankee Stadium had been turned on) who...
April 09, 1956
How are you going to beat them? Other managers worry about finding a ballplayer to fill a certain position; canny old Casey Stengel worries only about which one of two—or three or four—of almost equal ability he is...
September 10, 1956 | Robert Creamer
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