OUTSMARTING the American League was a snap compared to the job Casey Stengel faces when he takes on the Dodgers. The Yanks are old pros who know the game too well to play it by the book. Casey's spectacular hunches will have them shooting for a big inning at the first break. Batters expected to sacrifice are likely to bluff a bunt to muss up the infield and then hit away; runners will gamble and go for extra bases. Infield and outfield alike are capable of making the game-saving catch, the impossible double play...

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