When baseball fans recall the National League pennant race of 1951, most remember the so-called "Shot Heard 'Round the World" - the walk-off homer that New York Giants slugger Bobby "The Flying Scot" Thomson hit off fire-balling Brooklyn Dodgers reliever Ralph Branca.
Giants' fans often remember the affair as "The Miracle of Coogan's Bluff" - a reference to the location of the Polo Grounds, the broken-down, U-shaped park that their team called home.
But Brooklyn Dodgers players and fans remember their team's pennant-race disaster by a wholly different name.
They called it the "Creeping Terror."
It's a great story.
And it's also a warning that today's investors need to heed.
Let's start with the story.
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