August 1960
New Yorker;8/13/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 26, p26
The article focuses on the recruitment of outfielder Roger Maris into the New York Yankees baseball team who helped improve the team's game. Maris' father was an engineer on the Great Northern Railway who as a young man had played semi-pro baseball. He helped the team won a game against Detroit, three to two.


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