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Bob Turley Stats & Facts

Bob Turley Positions: Bats: R Throws: R Height: 74 Weight: 215 Born: Friday, September 19, 1930 in Troy, IL USA Died: 3 30 2013 in Atlanta, GA USA Debut: 9/29/1951 Last Game: 9/21/1963 Full Name: Robert Lee...

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Major League Baseball Season Recap 1958

Major League Baseball Season Recap 1958 World Series – New York Yankees AL over Milwaukee Braves NL 4 games to 3 World Series MVP – Bob Turley Babe Ruth Award – Elston Howard Awards – Major League Cy...

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Yankee pitcher Bob Turley turns in another one hit masterpiece at Washington. A lazy fly in the 9th by pinch-hitter Julio Becquer drops in front of LF Norm Siebern for the only Senator safety. SS Tony Kubek goes 8 for 10 in the doubleheader, as the Yanks sweep, 10 – 6 and 7 – 0.

Yankee pitcher Bob Turley turns in another one hit masterpiece at Washington. A lazy fly in the 9th by pinch-hitter Julio Becquer drops in front of LF Norm Siebern for the only Senator safety. SS Tony Kubek goes 8 for 10 in the doubleheader, as the Yanks sweep, 10 – 6 and 7 – 0.

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In Game 7, the Yankees beat the defending World champion Braves in Milwaukee’s County Stadium, 6-2, for their eighteenth title, the club’s seventh in the past decade. The Bronx Bombers become only the second team, the first being the 1925 Pirates, to come back from a 3-1 deficit to win a best-of-seven Fall Classic.

In Game 7, the Yankees beat the defending World champion Braves in Milwaukee’s County Stadium, 6-2, for their eighteenth title, the club’s seventh in the past decade. The Bronx Bombers become only the second team, the first being the 1925 Pirates, to come back from a 3-1 deficit to win a best-of-seven Fall Classic.

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In Game 3 of the World Series, the Dodgers’ Johnny Podres defeats Bob Turley who fails to last 2 innings against the Bums. C Roy Campanella leads the attack with 3 hits and 3 RBI, as Brooklyn wins 8 – 3.

1955 – In Game 3 of the World Series, the Dodgers’ Johnny Podres defeats Bob Turley who fails to last 2 innings against the Bums. C Roy Campanella leads the attack with 3 hits and 3 RBI, as Brooklyn wins 8 – 3.

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Baltimore Orioles pitcher Bob Turley gives up two hits to the New York Yankees but is defeated by his former teammates, 4 – 2. It is Turley’s second two-hit loss of the season; the Cleveland Indians defeated him on April 2nd.

Baltimore Orioles pitcher Bob Turley gives up two hits to the New York Yankees but is defeated by his former teammates, 4 – 2. It is Turley’s second two-hit loss of the season; the Cleveland Indians defeated him on April 2nd.

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big league ball returns to Baltimore 

After a 51-year absence, big league ball returns to Baltimore as a crowd of 46,354 watch the Orioles beat the White Sox, 3 – 1, in the first game played at Memorial Stadium. Clint Courtney of the Orioles hits the first major league home run in the ballpark. A Baltimore ownership group, which includes Clarence Mills, Jim Keelty, Jerry Hoffberger and Zanvyl Krieger, bought the former St. Louis Browns and brought the franchise to the Charm City.

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