Sport: Scoreboard, Nov. 5, 1956

¶ Fourth victim of the annual baseball-manager shifts, Marty Marion resigned as manager of the third-place Chicago White Sox. Said "Mr. Shortstop" frankly: "They were not happy with my work." More happily, the Baseball Writers Association named the Manager of the Year: New York Yankees' Casey Stengel in the American League, George ("Birdie") Tebbetts, of the third-place Cincinnati Redlegs, in the National League.

¶Stung by Japanese criticism of their playing ("We have nothing to learn from the Dodgers," said the manager of the Mainichi Orions), the Dodgers finally got themselves untracked, clobbered the...

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