Scoreboard: Who Won Nov. 27, 1964

> Former Yankee Manager Yogi Berra: a $70,000, two-year contract as coach with the National League's New York Mets. Pocketing $25,000 in severance pay from his former employers, Berra became the third big Yankee name (with ex-Manager Casey Stengel, ex-General Manager George Weiss) to join the Mets—a clear indication that the Yankees are quickly becoming the Mets' favorite farm team.

>The Baltimore Orioles' Brooks Robinson, 27: the American League's Most Valuable Player Award for 1964, breaking a four-year Yankee monopoly. Third Baseman Robinson hit 28 home runs, led the league in RBIs...

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