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Charles Dillon Stengel had been known as Dutch — derived from the German Deutsch. Only after the U.S. went to war was Casey Stengel born.
July 16, 2014 This summer marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I. Commentator Frank Deford considers the war's unlikely impact on American sports.
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As the paper falls, New York Giants fans cheer during today's parade in Manhattan.
February 7, 2012 What began as an impish prank by office boys in 1866, who threw spools of paper out of windows to celebrate the dedication of the Statue of Liberty, has evolved over the years. Now, that's recycled paper floating down on the New York Giants.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the NFL Super Bowl XLVI game against the New England Patriots, Sunday (Feb. 5, 2012).
February 6, 2012 And speaking of the Super Bowl, did you catch the obscene gesture by singer M.I.A. during the halftime show? We missed it, but so did the person with a finger on the button that would have blurred the offending finger on TV.
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Willie Mays in midair, 1954
May 25, 2011 A legendary photographer captures a legendary baseball player.
December 13, 2010 Snow collapsed the cover at Minneapolis' Metrodome, forcing the NFL to move the Vikings-Giants game to Detroit. Motor City fans who want to see tonight's game won't have to pay.
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