THE WEEK (May 25-31)

Weiskopf, Herman
June 1975
Sports Illustrated;6/ 9/1975, Vol. 42 Issue 23, p56
This section offers news briefs on Major League Baseball in the U.S. It announces that Dick Bosman led the Oaklands to the championship after beating the Indians at 6-3 and 6-2. Stan Bahnsen of Chicago won against the Brewers at 9-3, his third in a row. It also mentions the sit-down strike in the center field done by Willie Davis of the Rangers when his teammate Steve Hargan did not hit back at Red Sox batters after he was brushed back by Rick Wise's pitch.


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