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Lefty Grove

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Olney: Clayton Kershaw is a Hall of Famer -- without throwing another pitch

ESPN (blog)
It allows us to understand the weight of Pedro Martinez's dominance within the steroid era, or Cy Young's performance relative to peers in the deadball era, or how good Lefty Grove was after the explosion of power and home runs that followed the rise ...

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Mickey Cochrane an obvious choice as All-Time Philadelphia Athletics starting catcher

Philadelphia Baseball Review
“Hardly ever shook him off,” said Athletics hurler Lefty Grove. “If Mickey was living today, he'd tell you I only shook him off about five or six times all the years he caught me. Funny, before I'd even look at him, I had in my mind what I was going to ...

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Fame Game: A dozen Cooperstown-bound stars and the most star-studded matchup ever

Sports Illustrated
The Yankees plated three in the seventh against Grove, who didn't have it that day, but the A's countered with runs in the seventh—via Simmons' pinch-single—and eighth against Sheely, who gave way to Wilcy Moore with one out in the eighth. The ...

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Monday Bird Droppings: Here come the Twins

Camden Chat
Lefty Grove died on this day in 1975. The Lonaconing native ultimately was inducted into the Hall of Fame on account of his career in Philadelphia and Boston, but played the bulk of his minor league ball in Baltimore. A middling starter in Baltimore ...

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