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 1  1896 
 2  1896 
 3  1909 
 4  1909 
 5 Goewey, Ed. A.; 1911 
 6Wallace Wants Time To Show Worth as a Manager; He Gives His Views On the Situation in St. Louis  1911 
 7How Mike Donlin Became a Big Leaguer  1912 
 8Playing the Infield: Some of the Fielding Stars at Various Positions Give Their Ideas On Fielding Evans, Billy; 1916 
 9Oldest Big Leaguer in Point of Service Retires Goewey, Ed A.; 1917 
 10The Oldest Player  1917 
 11Don't Expect Fohl to Break a Record  1921 
 12 Sheridan, John B.; 1921 
 13Baseball Legends and Legendary Heroes Venneman, H.L.; 1932 
 14Itís No Fairly Tale Hoefer, W.R.; 1938 
 15Itís No Fairly Tale Hoefer, W.R.; 1938 
 16The St. Louis Browns Burnes, Bob; 1951 
 17Six More Players Enter Hall of Fame  1953 
 18  1960 
 19Gay '90s Test Revealed Expansion Hazards: Stormy Life of 12-Club Loop Marked By Feuds, Jealousies Lieb, Frederick G.; 1960 
 20Bobby Wallace Allen, Lee; and Tom Meany; 1965 
 21Jimmy Austin Ritter, Lawrence; 1967 
 22The Years Were Hacks, But Browns Had Few Horses Allen, Lee; 1968 
 23Tampa, Ties And Michigan Waterfalls Allen, Lee; 1968 
 24A Day For Addie Joss Markson, David; 1975 
 25A Mild-Mannered Gentleman Daley, Arthur; 1975 
 26Baseball's Golden Dozen Shortstops Bruno, Joseph; 1976 
 27Bobby Wallace Reidenbaugh, Lowell; 1983 
 28All-Time, Out-of-Position Teams Filled With Stars!  1985 
 29The All-Time Orioles Carroll, Bob; 1992 
 30Life Goes On For Shortstops Over 40, But Production Drops Off Coleman, Pat; 1995 
 31Cy Young Not Proud of First No-hitter Kermisch, Al; 1999 
 32Ghosts in the Gallery at Cooperstown: Sixteen Little-Known Members of the Hall of Fame Fleitz, David L.; 2004 
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