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The '50s was the decade of power and the numbers put up by the untainted athletes were impressive.
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Jimmy Palermo, during a historic 7-day span in May, 1939, saw the meteoric rise of Williams and tragic decline of Gehrig.
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The field seemed vast to a 7-year old who had looked forward to this day for two months.
BREAKING THE COLOR LINE
The year marks the 60th anniversary of the first major league tryout for black players.
Bud Fowler is the first know black players on an integrated team.
of the '50s
Qualify as Grade A10.
First sports bar featured 12-inch Farnsworth TV.
Two unsuspecting vintage baseball fans rediscover a "National Treasure."