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THEY MAY HAVE BEEN A HEADACHE BUT THEY NEVER WERE A BORE
Maury Wills and Leo Durocher were the two most volatile personalities ever to ruffle the placid surface of baseball in Los Angeles. They popped off, got into ...
The Glove Boat
THE AUTHOR, A WANNABE BIG LEAGUER, NEVER WAS HALL OF FAME MATERIAL, BUT HE CAUGHT A FEW LEGENDS ON A CARIBBEAN BASEBALL CRUISE
GIANT-SIZED CONFESSION: A GROUNDSKEEPER'S DEEDS
But the real heart of the L.A. club was undoubtedly Maury Wills, the eventual MVP of the National League. Wills swiped everything but the ...
He Finally Bagged It
The base path to glory led from first to second in Milwaukee, where Oakland's Rickey Henderson stole base No. 119 to break the single-season record—and there was, and will be, more
NOTHING STOPPED THE DODGERS
Maury Wills opened the second game with a single to center, stole second, went to third on a wild pitch and scored when Jim Gilliam doubled to left. In the third ...
TRADE IN WINTER, HOPE IN SPRING
Sorry about that, sports fans. Please turn back for just a moment and look at the cover again. When Maury Wills, that pirate, becomes a real Pirate, that's change.
The reasons why the Orioles won
A large share of the credit goes to a scouting report that said flatly, 'The Dodgers can't hit fast balls'
Vintage Year for Champions
"If you put in a little extra," says Maury Wills, "sometimes you get something wonderful back." In 1962 the Dodger shortstop gave it something extra, stole 104 ...