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Sept. 8, 1962

Sept. 8, 1962 Gene Conley, perhaps best known as the man who pitched for the Red Sox and played for the Celtics, among several other stops, served up three homers to the Yankees and took a 5-4 loss at the big ballpark in the Bronx. Elston Howard, Tony Kubek and Moose Skowron all homered off Conley, who had a 3-2 lead heading into the seventh. New York dropped Conley to 13-13 on the season. As has happened a time or two over the decades, the Red Sox had plenty of chances against Yankees starter Bill Stafford, with ...

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