|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» July 19, 1958:
The Yanks Norm Siebern has his second 5-hit game of the month, against the Athletics, as New York loses 6-4.
» April 12, 1959: After two rainouts, the Yankees and Red Sox open at Yankee Stadium before 22,559, as the 42 degree temperature threatens a third postponement. Bob Turley allows just two Sox hits and Norm Siebern's 8th inning homer provides a 3–2 New York victory. Siebern's hit is his 3rd of the game off Tom Brewer.
» July 4, 1959: Yankee Bob Turley turns in another one-hit masterpiece at Washington. A lazy fly in the 9th by pinch-hitter Julio Becquer drops in front of LF Norm Siebern for the only Senator safety. SS Tony Kubek goes 8-for-10 in the doubleheader, as the Yanks sweep 10–6 and 7–0.
» December 11, 1959: The A's Arnold Johnson gives the New York Yankees an early Christmas present when he gift wraps Roger Maris in pinstripes. The Yankees acquire the slugger in a 7-player deal that sends P Don Larsen, RF Hank Bauer, 1B Marv Throneberry, and LF Norm Siebern to the Athletics.
» September 4, 1961: After losing, 4–3, the Royals outkick the Angels, 13–7 in game 2, using an 11-run 6th inning. KC collects seven hits, four walks, three errors and a stolen base for their big inning. Norm Siebern and winning pitcher Joe Nuxhall homer in the frame.
» August 19, 1967: The Red Sox continue winning, beating California, 12–11. Norm Siebern hits a pinch triple with the bases loaded and Yaz has four hits, including his 29th homer.