Green Bay Press-Gazette from Green Bay, Wisconsin on September 26, 1956 · Page 23
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Sal Has One More Wish : 'SPORTSMAN'S' Shot at Yanks in Series Got 'What I Always Wanted' in No-Hit Effort Against Phils From Page 21 By MILTON RICHMAN BROOKLYN (ffl Sal (no hit) Maglie, having finally gotten "what I always want ed," asked for only one more thing today "a crack at the Yankees in the World Series." "I never wanted to mention it before but a no-hitter was something I always dreamed of," smiled the 39-year-old Brooklyn ....righthander moments after he saw his dream come true in a masterful 5-0 victory over the Phillies Tuesday night "Now," he said, alternately puffing on a cigarette and sipping beer from a can, "if I can only get a shot at the Yankees in the series, I'll be happy. After all, I don't want to be a hog about this." Black From Resin Maglie. made 110 pitches against the Phillies and the last 24 in the eighth and ninth innings came the hardest, he admitted. i "From the eighth inning on," he said, exhibiting a right! hand black from resin, "I put everything I had on each pitch." Maglie became a little too careful with two out in the ninth when he hit Richie Ash-burn with a breaking, inside pitch, but even so he knew what he was doing. "I had gotten two strikes on Ashburn with outside pitches," he said, "so I wanted to go inside on him. I guess I went too much inside, though." Outside of Ashburn only two other Philadelphia runners safely reached base, Jack Meyer drawing a walk in the third inning and Willie Jones also getting a pass in the eighth. Makes Roy Marvel "In all my born days," mar veled battery-mate Roy Cam panella, "I've never seen a guy who has a better idea about pitching than Maglie. I never had to go out and talk to him once . . . yeah, he shook me off, but only twice, and on the same guy, Elmer Valo man oh man, that Maglie can sure do things with a baseball." As Maglie went on to talk about his curve ball and the fine game Hal Dixon umpired behind the plate. Clem Labine. his pitching colleague, passed the cluster of reporters surrounding Sal and muttered wearily: "Now I have to go home and explain to my wife why Maglie can do it at 39 and I can't at 30." Birdie Picks Braves CINCINNATI UP) ""You've got to give Milwaukee the edge. They have both speed and power." That's how Birdie Tebbetts, Cincinnati manager, sized up the National League race after his club was practically elim- inated from contention yesterday by a 7-1 loss to the Braves. "I always give Milwaukee the edge," said Tebbetts. "But I thought we'd knock them out of it. This is a helluva ball club. "If it comes down "to inches, they (Milwaukee) have the inches. They have more speed. This might be decided by some guy hitting a ball on the ground and beating it out for a hit They have; more'' men who can do that." j As far as the Redlegs are concerned, Tebbetts admitted, "it looks like the last shot was fired at Crosley Field. All Milwaukee had to do is win one more and we can't even tie them. But you have to give our guys credit for coming back." Sal Oldest Ever To Hurl No-Hitter Red Schoendienst also a homer, had four hits PIGEST SHOTGUN POINTING WITH S16MT LINE BOE RECEIVER, . GREEN BAY PRESS GAZETTE Wednesday, Sept. 26, 1956 23 and with each. Bill Skowron drove in five runs ana cod cerv lour for the Yankees as Tom Sturdi- vant won his 16th on a five- run, two-out rally in the seventh. ! Rocky Colavito's 21st horn-; er, a three-run poke, broke a tie for the Indians as Wynn joined teammate Bob Lemon in the 20-victory circle on a four-hitter. Earl Torgeson and Charlie Maxwell hit back - to back home runs to break up a 3-all tie for the Tigers in the eighth. 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