Bill "Moose" Skowron was a terrific first baseman for Casey Stengel and Ralph Houk's World Series champion Yankee teams of the late '50s and '60s. He was a five-time All-Star with the Yankees despite the fact that he did not become a true full-time first baseman until his final season with the platoon-happy Stengel. Nonetheless, he never had a season with a wRC+ lower than 107 during his nine years in the Bronx, and he belted 165 homers in pinstripes. Sadly, the man who was "Moose" long before Mike Mussina was even born passed away in April of this year at the age of 81. Today, we celebrate one of the finest games he ever played with the Yankees, a three-hit, five-RBI performance in a 13-11 marathon win over the Cleveland Indians that took place 52 years ago today.