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An appraisal and comparison of the 1958 World Series teams: how they throw, hit, field and run—and which of the two should emerge as World Champion
October 13, 1958 | Robert Creamer
January 19, 1959
Ted Williams with a rod, Whitey Ford wearing a broker's sack suit, Albie Pearson caught up in Castro's Cuban revolution—these were some of the unorthodox postures of ballplayers last week. But winter is a time of...
April 13, 1959
Whitey Ford, New York Yankees pitcher, philosophizing over the fact that doctors have forbidden him to eat steaks and other meats under pain of gout: "It's surprising how much you can get to like cheese omelets."
August 29, 1960 | Roger Williams
The smooth-sailing unwrapped a shrewd new gimmick—the base-hit bunt. Tied 3-3 in the eighth, they beat out three successive bunts, rattled the Phils' Robin Roberts so much he walked Roberto Clemente on four straight...