This retrospective look at the changing face of baseball in America takes on the 1960's, a time many believe was the last decade of baseball's innocence. Though Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and the powerful New York Yankees led off the decade with four straight World Series appearances, by 1964 they were headed for the showers. With the integration of baseball, spearheaded by Jackie Robinson in 1947, black superstars fueled the sports growth and a fresh Latin presence brought a new spirit to the game. New names of the '60s that neighborhood kids had to have to have would include the likes of Willie Mays, Roberto Clemente, and Sandy Koufax.
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