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October 22, 1956 | Robert Creamer
Not even the unparalleled brilliance of Don Larson's perfect game could dim the World Series luster of the squat, unbeautiful Berra—ballplayer extraordinary
October 22, 1956
AUTOMATION SUFFERS A SETBACK; CARDBOARD COMPUTER FOR BATTERS; DON NEWCOMBE AND MAN'S INGRATITUDE; FIGHT NIGHT AT CBS'S PLAYHOUSE; SERIES WITS; SHADOWS IN WATKINS GLEN
September 24, 1956
Yogi Berra, squatty New York Yankee, has hit many a home run in his lifetime but no other meant quite so much as one he banged against Detroit last week, his 237th as major leaguer to break Gabby Hartnett's record...
July 23, 1956 | Robert Creamer
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...