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July 27, 1957

July 27, 1957 Norm Zauchin, of all obscure Red Sox first basemen, had a single, a double and a home run, with four runs batted in, as the Red Sox trounced the Indians at Fenway, 10-1. Speaking of more notable Boston ballplayers, Ted Williams scored the 1,600th run of his career.  He also drove in three runs. Zauchin’s drive into the net was his second of the season. Willard Nixon was the Boston pitcher benefitting from such offensive largesse, posting his eighth win of the season against five losses. You May Have Missed... ...

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