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1952 in a Box
Giants Checking In: Marc Hill, Elsberry, MO Al Holland, Roanoke, VA Mike Ivie, Atlanta, GA Mike Krukow, Long Beach, CA Butch Metzger, Lafayette, IN Giants Checking Out: Red Dooin, Rochester, NY Arlie Latham, Garden … Continue reading
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This Day in Giants History: November 25, 1952
The St. Louis Cardinals seek payment from the New York Giants for two televised games at the Polo Grounds in an effort to determine the TV and radio rights of visiting teams to revenue.
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