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Donald James Larsen (born August 7, 1929) is an American former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher. During a 15-year MLB career, he pitched from 1953–1967 for seven different teams....

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  • Orioles of the past and present reflect on each decade of club's tenure in ...

      News Source: Baltimore Sun | 21 days ago
    They lost 100 games, couldn't hit a lick and finished 57 games back in the 1954 season...Had they done better, Brooks Robinson might have gone elsewhere. Robinson, 18, signed with the club in May 1955, believing his ascent to the big leagues would be
  • Super Bowl XXXVI: Patriots win Star-Spangled stunner

      News Source: NY Daily News | 3 months ago
    The Patriots, who began the season as a 70-1 shot to reach the Super Bowl, shocked the heavily favored Rams, 20-17, at the Superdome, adding a poetic red, white and blue finish to a night filled with stirring salutes to Sept. 11. Adam Vinatieri, the
  • Looking at the Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot: Jack Morris

      News Source: FanIQ | 4 months ago
    The Hall of Fame ballot is almost nothing but controversy these days...His case has been argued ad nauseam for 15 years now, but let's go around the block one more time. We'll start with Pat for those who want brevity.

  • Lupica: Cooperstown finally comes calling for Torre

      News Source: NY Daily News | 4 months ago
    Stories The baseball Hall of Fame, which honored no players last summer, felt like the Hall of Fame again on Monday when it was announced that three of the great managers of all time, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox, had all been voted in
  • Yankees World Series pitcher, Hillsdale resident passes away at 81

      News Source: Wayne Today | 6 months ago
    He was 81 and had resided in Hillsdale since 1956, the year of his signature athletic achievement. The Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers were knotted after six games in the Fall Classic and, for the deciding Game 7 at Ebbets Field, Yankees manager Casey
  • Johnny Kucks, Who Pitched Yanks to Title, Dies at 81

      News Source: The New York Times | 6 months ago
    Yankees The cause was cancer, his daughter Laura-Jean Arvelo said. Tall and lanky with a sidearm-to-three-quarters delivery that gave his pitches a downward drive, Kucks (pronounced cooks) threw, in baseball parlance, a heavy ball. At his most
  • In St. Louis, Celebrating a Team Long Gone

      News Source: The New York Times | 6 months ago
    Cash Family Sam Cash got interested in the Browns doing a third-grade report...Louis Browns Historical Society and Fan Club 's annual luncheon that day were, understandably, in their 70s and 80s. Cash, a talented baseball player and Kansas City
  • Lester, Sanchez back in action

      News Source: Boston Globe | 6 months ago
    Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article Daniel Nava's ninth inning single broke up the Tigers combined no-hitter started by Anibal Sanchez in Game 1.

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