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BASEBALL X-RAY

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BILL FISCHER
White Sox' unheralded young right-hander led AL rookies with 2-1 record.

BOBBY MORGAN
Cubs' new second baseman found batting eye, paced team for week with .500.

DON GROSS
Redlegs' young lefty ran two-year win streak to seven, led team with 4-0.

JIM LEMON
Senators' elongated long ball hitter batted .350 to lead team for week.

DUKE MAAS
Tiger right-hander, with 0-7 record in 1956, was AL's best pitcher, with 6-1.

DEL ENNIS
Cardinal outfielder after 11 big years with Phils was worst batter in NL.

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