Found June 25, 2013 on The Flagrant Fan:
I wrote a history piece for It's About the Money, Stupid about Mike Torrez, who won two World Series games for the Yankees in 1977 and then gave up the famous Bucky Dent homer pitching against them in the 163rd Game tiebreaker in 1978. Check it out with video.
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