Baseball: Matter of Psychology

The New York Yankees win pennants because they generally scare everyone to death. But if the Baltimore Orioles should win the 1964 American League pennant, it will undoubtedly be because they are scared to death themselves.

Even at 41, Baltimore Manager Hank Bauer is the sort of man who gives people pause. He stands 6 ft., weighs 190 Ibs., has a face like a clenched fist and a voice that starts out tenderly—like an avalanche. He carries shrapnel scars, two Bronze Stars, and a card in the steam fitters' union, has done his...

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