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 2Classroom Baseball Patterson, Arthur E.; 1939 
 3Classroom Baseball Patterson, Arthur E.; 1939 
 4Not Like the Old Days Burr, Harold C.; 1939 
 5Busher Joe McCarthy Williams, Joe; 1939 
 6Yankees Beat the Reds in World Series as Monte Pearson Pitches a Two-Hit Shutout  1939 
 7Joe DiMaggio, Player of the Year Daniel, Daniel M.; 1939 
 8Not Like the Old Days Burr, Harold C.; 1939 
 9You Can Never Tell About Rookies Kahn, James M.; 1939 
 10How to Play Second Base Gordon, Joe; 1939 
 11  1940 
 12Safe Hit  1941 
 13They Made Me a Big Leaguer Rizzuto, Phil as told to Milton Gross; 1942 
 14Money Player Gross, Milton; 1942 
 15Joe Gordon, King of Second Basemen Kirksey, George; 1942 
 16The Yankees' Other Joe  1942 
 17  1942 
 18Money Players Rasmussen, Frederick; 1942 
 19Ted Williams, Player of Year, Stands Out in Wartime All-America Team Daniel, Daniel M.; 1942 
 20Boston's Joe Gordon Bloodgood, Clifford; 1942 
 21Gordon Greatest Play-Maker Baseball Has Seen, Says Baker Daniel, Daniel M.; 1942 
 22"Joe Gordon the Best I Ever Saw" Says Bobby Doerr Rumill, Ed; 1944 
 23Sports: Joe Gordon Is Driving Barrow To a Section 8 Polier, Dan; 1944 
 24Report On DiMaggio  1944 
 25Joe Gordon: A Profile Winerip, Harold; 1944 
 26Don't Bring That Up!: Skeletons in the Sports Closet Broeg, Bob; Bob Burrill; 1946 
 27  1947 
 28Look at That Indian Infield Gibbons, Frank; 1947 
 29Double Trouble Crichton, Kyle; Photographs by David and Hy Peskin; 1947 
 30What Broke Up the Yankees? Smith, Red; 1947 
 31The All-America Baseball Team Daniel, Daniel M.; 1947 
 32Yankee Doodles Gross, Milton; 1948 
 33Joe Gordon, Who Made a Grand Comeback in 1947 After Being Traded to Cleveland  1948 
 34 Kilroy, Hank; 1949 
 35 Fay, Bill; Illustrated by John Cullen Murphy; 1949 
 36Double 'Em Up Allen, Ethan; 1949 
 37Who Lost  1949 
 38The Vanquishing Indians Frowning, Robert; 1949 
 39Gordon Still Balks After $7500 Pay Cut Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 40Vernon Gets More Money, Promises More Homers: Tribe Boosts Salary to Reported $20,000 Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 41Joe Gordon Reports; Says He's in Shape n; 1950 
 42Tribe Contracts Ready, Hank's Fingers Crossed Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 43Greenberg Predicts Flag as Contracts Go Out Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 44Hank Aims at Lemon; Joe Signs Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 45Keltner, Tresh Among Vets Fighting for Jobs: Greenberg Starts Move to Ease Boudreau's Task Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 46Lou Still Confident of Keltner Comeback Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 47Greenberg Sees Gordon, Lemon as Lone Holdouts; Doby Signs Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 48Gordon Set to Talk Terms With Indians Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 49Boudreau Rates Keltner No. 1 Third Basemen: Rosen Must Beat Vet; Vernon Stays on First Gibbons, Frank; 1950 
 50Tribe Bosses Try Again Today to Sign Lemon n; 1950 
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