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Kerry Wood isn't the greatest pitcher ever to take the mound at Wrigley Field. Well, for one day (just over two hours, really) he was. But now that his career is over, it's impossible to look at his final statistical tally and consider him a truly great pitcher. He sure did give us reason to [...]
Kerry Wood retired from Major League Baseball on Friday, putting an end to a career that was up and down but solid all-around. Wood made one final appearance at Wrigley Field before officially calling it a career. He faced one batter on Friday and put an exclamation point on his resume by throwing three straight strikes to record his final K. Wood spent parts of 14 seasons split...
Breaking news Kerry Wood will retire today ! — Bruce Levine (@ESPNBruceLevine) May 18, 2012 Holy ****. Bruce Levine broke the news on Twitter and naturally everyone is going *******. Surprisingly, the first inkling that something major was up came from the unlikely source of Harry Teinowitz' Twitter feed last night when he said there [...]
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Based on Game Score, Kerry Wood‘s 20 strikeout game against the Astros on May 6th, 1998 is the best-pitched nine-inning game in Major League history. The 105 score is better than every perfect game and four points better than any other game period. He was 41 days shy of his 21st birthday and it was his fifth big league start.
Wood, now 34...
34-year-old Chicago Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood announced his retirement Friday, allowing himself one last appearance before hanging 'em up and ending an injury-filled 14-year career.
With one out in the eighth inning, Wood was called upon to face White Sox OF Dayan Viciedo. Wood would need just three pitches to retire Viciedo on strikes, the third strike coming on a wild flail...
MLB Week in Review : 5/21/12
Kerry Wood is finished as a Cub and my eyes are still teary. Please attend a game at Wrigley Field. We celebrate the Cubs this week on the Week in Review!
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According to Bruce Levine of ESPNChicago right handed pitcher Kerry Wood has announced his retirement.
Wood, 34, was 0-2 with a 8.64 ERA, 1.1 HR/9, 11.9 BB/9, 5.4 SO/9, and a DL stint in 8.1 innings with the Cubs so far. The right hander left a career 86-75 record with a 3.67 ERA, 1.0 HR/9, 4.3 BB/9 and 10.3 SO/9 in 1,379.2 innings with the Cubs, Indians and Yankees. He began his...
Some out of nowhere news has come from Chicago this morning. Kerry Wood, the one-time can’t miss phenom of the Cubs, will reportedly retire after tonight’s Cubs/White Sox interleague game. The man they once called “Kid-K” bursted onto the baseball scene as a 21-year old rookie from Texas who had unhittable stuff. You recall his one hit, 20-strikeout game against Houston...
CHICAGO- For a pitcher that at one point delivered some of the hottest stuff that the MLB has seen over the past 15 years, Kerry Wood seemed to be one step away from immortality.
His career runs semi-parallel to the NFL’s Dan Marino in the sense that he was physically gifted, did some amazing thing and sputtered out down the last leg of his career only to never win a championship...
Chicago Cub pitcher Kerry Wood strikes out Chicago White Sox left fielder Dayan Viciedo and his career ends.
To a standing ovation from Cubs fans because this is noteworthy for some...
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With the Yankees playing the Reds this past weekend, I was fortunate enough to spend the past three days with the Reds TV and radio broadcast teams. I'll tell you what, they do it right. They aren't blind and blatant homers like that cum-gurgling asshole that does radio for the Tribe or the *********** that the Yankees have. Marty and Thom and Brantley and George Grande...
FoxSports.com's Jon Paul Morosi joins Rob Dibble to discuss Kerry Wood's retirement.