Sport: Scoreboard, Dec. 26, 1960

¶ Poking through a collection of 120 players put up for grabs by the eight established American League teams, the newly formed Los Angeles Angels and Washington Senators (the old Senators creaked off to Minneapolis-St. Paul) each fished out 28 men for their rosters. First pick of the Angels: erratic Yankee Righthander Eli Grba, 26. The Senators first chose aging (35) Yankee Pitcher Bobby Shantz, then promptly traded him to Pittsburgh for Reliefer Benny Daniels and two minor leaguers.

¶Famed for an old-fashioned ground attack, Coach Vince Lombardi's resurgent Green Bay Packers switched signals and passed their way to a 35-21...

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