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September 05, 1960 | Roger Williams
In six long games in three long days, New York won five times to lengthen its lead in the American League race
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...
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."
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...
October 13, 1958 | Robert Creamer