Sport: Tomorrow, Golf

Mickey Mantle was benched with an abscess on his right hip. In left field, Yogi Berra, a displaced catcher, fell on his sunglasses and opened a bloody gash on his forehead. Pitcher Whitey Ford bounced a foul off his big toe and had to hobble to the showers. In one game alone, the Yankees committed three errors. But injuries and bonehead plays only added a dash of excitement to the dullest World Series in years. Coldly and efficiently, the Yankees butchered the hapless Cincinnati Reds in five games, won their 19th world championship without even working up a sweat. Growled Cincinnati...

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