Sport: Scoreboard, Sep. 27, 1954

¶At Detroit's Briggs Stadium, the Cleveland Indians edged out the Tigers, 3-2, and clinched the 1954 American League pennant. In Philadelphia the longtime (five years) champion New York Yankees scrambled for a 6-5 victory over the Athletics to nail down second place. Meanwhile, in the National League, the New York Giants moved toward the World Series, pushed from behind by the bumbling Dodgers, who, if not dead, plainly had a death wish.

¶At Baltimore, dour Paul Richards, who led the Chicago White Sox out of the wilderness of the American League's second division in 1951 and has kept them in third place...

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