Showing 1 - 10 of 261 Stories for Robert Creamer
I REMEMBER LUCADELLO
Now is the season of menacing parties at which the sports fan finds himself drowning in a sea of quasi-cultural talk. Here is how one culture-poor but ...
JOHN MCGRAW: MANAGER
In 1927, when John McGraw completed his 25th season as manager of the New York Giants, he was paid a signal tribute by Connie Mack, who ...
ALAS, POOR GIANTS!
Bound by proud tradition but tempted by western gold, yesterday's befuddled heroes don't know which way to turn.
DARLIN' CLEM LABINE
They even sing songs in praise of the ruler of the Dodger bullpen.
SUBJECT: DON NEWCOMBE
At Ebbets Field in Brooklyn last week, in the afternoon before a night game, Don Newcombe was out running by himself four hours before game time. He was the ...
The Comiskey Affair
The third-generation owners of the Chicago White Sox are fighting among themselves
Yaz, Boston's razzmatazz
Red Sox fans do not believe that Carl Yastrzemski is another Ted Williams. No, indeed. But he may be another Stan Musial
ARA PARSEGHIAN'S GAMBLE
The daring coach of Northwestern built a new offense around the passing genius of a sophomore named Tommy Myers. Big casino: Northwestern is No. 1 in the ...
Harriman of Goshen
Goshen, N.Y., the county seat of Orange County, is a homely little town that's awfully pretty. It has hot, narrow streets cramped with ugly frame buildings, and a ...
The Transistor Kid
When announcer Vin Scully came to Los Angeles with the transplanted Brooklyn Dodgers, he was a stranger in alien corn. But in the six years since, he has become as much apart of southern California as the freeways, whose radio-listening drivers form a huge part of his audience