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Warren Spahn is going for his seventh 20-game year in a row (21-13, 3.01 ERA in 1961). "Why should Spahnie stop now?" asks Manager Birdie Tebbetts.
ARE LEFTIES HUMAN?
Certainly Warren Spahn, the great left-handed pitching star of the Milwaukee Braves and the dean of today's lefties, refutes Schacht and supports Antonelli.
THE MASTERPIECE IN MILWAUKEE
'EVERYTHING SEEMED EASY'. Warren Spahn is almost the oldest and almost certainly the wisest pitcher in baseball. Last week he pitched the second no-hit, ...
If Brooklyn can be beaten, the Braves are the club with the best chance to do it. They have solid starting pitchers in Warren Spahn (17-14), Bob Buhl (13-11) and ...
THE TEST OF THE CHAMPS
Now, it must be pointed out that the Milwaukee Braves' remarkable Warren Spahn was pitching against the New York Yankees' Whitey Ford in this opening ...
FRED HANEY LIGHTS A FIRE
Lack of experience, say some of the Braves, and then differ among themselves as to what this means. "Maybe we weren't serious enough," says Warren Spahn.
The Winningest Japanese
Masaichi Kaneda is breaking so many pitching records that fans think of him as an Oriental Warren Spahn
With a superb pitching staff built around the great trio of Spahn, Burdette and ... all baseball—that can match the Braves' starting array of Warren Spahn (20-11), ...
Red Schoendienst was out last year but even so the Braves were heavily favored to win the pennant. They failed. Now Red is back, there's a fiery new manager and Milwaukee is favored
The pitching staff, headed by the big three of Warren Spahn, Bob Buhl and Lew Burdette, now has Bob Rush for a fourth starter and depth unmatched anywhere ...