Former Yankee Ralph Terry: right-hander revives world series memories from 1960 loss against the pirates and 1962 victory over the giants
RALPH TERRY WAS THE LAST person to see Casey Stengel in a New York Yankees uniform. After Game 7 of the 1960 World Series, the young right-hander walked into Stengel's office to explain how bad .....
Baseball Digest, 10/1/05 by Ed Lucas
Johnny Pesky—former Red Sox Great was key to Boston's pennant-contending clubs; during his 10 seasons in the majors, he was one of the top shortstops
HE'S THE FIRST PLAYER EVER TO lead the league in hits during his first three years in the majors. He's as much of a Red Sox icon as Phil Rizzuto is ...
Baseball Digest, 5/1/05 by Ed Lucas

Where are they now? Former reliever Ryne Duren: one-time Yankee pitcher recalls his playing career and the fear he put in opposing batters with his fastball
SOME PEOPLE THOUGHT HE HAD a hard time seeing home plate. Whether it was real or imagined, Ryne Duren's allegedly poor eyesight added to the mystique ...
Baseball Digest
, 10/1/04 by Ed Lucas

Hank Greenberg: former Detroit Tiger was one of the game's greatest sluggers
DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION, there was no greater slugger than Tigers Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg. Breaking in with Detroit 70 years ago this summer, ...
Baseball Digest
, 6/1/03 by
Ed Lucas

Catching up with … Jim Bouton former 20-game winner with the Yankees: ex-big leaguer recalls his days as a young baseball star in New York and his days as a young baseball star in New York and his times after writing controversial book "Ball Four" - Interview
THIRTY YEARS AGO JIM BOUTON had one of the best seasons of any pitcher in either league, hurling six shutouts en route to a 21-7 record that helped the Yankees reach the World Series for the fourth....
Baseball Digest, 2/1/03 by Ed Lucas
Second baseman: Alfonso Soriano: an emerging talent for Yankees: young Dominican is on the brink of major league stardom as he continues to learn and excel in all facets of his game
DEREK JETER AND JASON GIAMBI are the Yankees' big money, most high-profile players. But Alfonso Soriano might very well be the Bronx Bombers' Most ...
Baseball Digest, 10/1/02 by Ed Lucas