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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...
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...