Sport: Scoreboard, Aug. 26, 1957

¶ Even after they lost First Baseman Joe Adcock with a broken leg and Outfielder Bill Bruton with an injured kneecap, the Milwaukee Braves kept right on running —hanging on among the leaders of the tightest National League pennant race in years. Then they made a routine trade and picked up Veteran Second Baseman Red Schoendienst from the Giants. With the oldtimer (almost 13 years in the big leagues, most of them with the St. Louis Cardinals) chattering at second and telling them how, the Braves caught their second wind, sprinted down the August stretch with a ten-game winning streak that...

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