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July 01, 1963 | William Leggett
Led by a sidearming relief pitcher with a gunfighter's walk and a sore-legged Cuban at shortstop, the Minnesota Twins have ignored a multitude of aches and pains to make a threatening run at the Yankees
April 13, 1964
Last year the third-place Twins led the American League in home runs, home attendance, hitting and hope for the future. Delaying that future have been weaknesses in defense.
May 17, 1965 | William Leggett
August 16, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
AMERICAN LEAGUEThe champagne for the Cellar-Bration Owner Charlie Finley has been promising his players for vacating last place was put back on ice when KANSAS CITY (4-3) moved within one game of ninth-place Boston...
October 04, 1965 | William Leggett
The brand-new American League champions play National League baseball—they hit often, they hit with power and they run, run, run. A Minnesota victory could signal a revival for their sagging circuit