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April 9, 1962
A major league baseball quiz to jog the memory and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts
Frightened by the Black Sox scandal, the major leagues set up the baseball commissioner's office in 1921 to police the national game. The first commissioner, Kenesaw Mountain Landis, was a firm authoritarian, but Ford Frick, the present commissioner, in the words of one critic, 'walks softly and carries no stick at all'
- CHICAGO CUBS 84
- By Herman Weiskopf