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fairly high cotton, some serious rarified air. Only six pitchers in history (Tom Seaver, Nolan Ryan , Steve Carlton, Bob Feller , Jim Palmer and Christy Mathewson, though Greg Maddux will obviously join the group) have reached 90 percent. On
Our favorite Lebron hater Scott Raab joined the show to discuss his enemies quest for back to back championships. Scott added that Francona is beloved in Cleveland.
Babe Ruth ) -- if elected Schilling would be 45th in wins. But he would rank 21st in WAR -- ahead of Jim Palmer, Bob Feller , Juan Marichal and Whitey Ford, among others. 8. Is there any evidence to suggest that the player was significantly
the baseball-reference page of Bob Feller . You know, 1941 in baseball will ..... couldn't shake off a sore arm. Nope, Bob Feller decided to enlist in the Navy on ..... measure of respect. (My favorite Bob Feller pitching line? August 7, 1941
Carlton 5. Randy Johnson 6. Bob Gibson 7. Roger Clemens (would’ve been No. 1 if we were still in the dark) 8. Bob Feller 9. Sandy Koufax 10. Juan Marichal 11. Pedro Martinez 12. Jim Palmer 13. Bert Blyleven 14. Nolan Ryan (sort of
MLB career leader in strikeouts (5,714), walks (2,795) no-hitters (seven) and one-hitters (tied with Bob Feller with 12). He made eight All-Star teams, won a World Series with the Mets in 1969, and is the only player ever to
Galloway writes that Cuban has the clout to make this happen . ♦ At AOL FanHouse, Kevin Blackistone writes that the late Bob Feller played a key role in helping push forward the integration of major league baseball . ON THIS DAY TRIVIA: On Dec. 17
runs in 2010, but struck out 104 times in 119 games played with Boston. ♦ MLB.com reports that Cleveland legend Bob Feller has been transferred from the Cleveland Clinic to hospice care for the terminally ill , according to Bob DiBiaso , the
one of 28 former major leaguers participating in the inaugural Father's Day game. Other participants will include Bob Feller , Ferguson Jenkins, Paul Molitor, and another former Sox hurler, Bill Lee.