April 1966
Sports Illustrated;04/18/1966, Vol. 24 Issue 16, p54
The article profiles the Los Angeles Dodgers Major League Baseball (MLB) team. According to the author, the reigning World Series champions remain in good spirits despite two of their top players only having 10 days of training during the pre-season period. The author asserts that for the Dodgers to retain their title, they need more hits from Ron Fairly, Wes Parker, Willie Davis and other players from the bench. In terms of pitching, the team is expected to receive a boost from Don Sutton.


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