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The 'It's Justin time for Game 6' quiz

Happy Halloween, everyone! Hoping your night will be as scary as the situation that the Dodgers find themselves in tonight. Sure, the Dodgers have home field advantage in Games 6 & 7 (if necessary), but to get to a Series-deciding Game 7, Los Angeles has to get past ALCS MVP Justin Verlander, who has been downright dominant since coming over to Houston from Detroit in late August...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

The '27 up, 27 down' quiz

On this date five years ago, Felix Hernandez retired all 27 Tampa Bay Rays batters that he faced en route to the 23rd perfect game in MLB history. Oddly enough, it was the third perfect game in 2012 (the most ever in one season) and there have not been any perfect games in the half-decade since. For the five-year anniversary, Larry Stone of the Seattle Times compiled an oral history...
August 15, 2017  |  Discuss

Larsen to sell perfect game uniform

He's long been known as a great baseball player. New York Yankees legend Don Larsen is also a good grandfather. Larsen said Thursday he wants to pay for his grandkids' college education by auctioning off a prized possession - the uniform he wore when he pitched the only perfect game in World Series history. People from around the world will be invited to make bids online or via...
Via FOX Sports
June 28, 2012  |  Discuss
A PIECE OF HISTORY

Don Larsen selling perfect game uni

Former New York Yankees legend Don Larsen must have noticed how a jersey once worn by Babe Ruth just sold for a record $4.4 million. Now, the only pitcher ever to throw a perfect game during a MLB post-season game, wants to auction off the uniform he wore during that magical 1956 World Series game when he was perfect. Larsen is not only auctioning off the shirt he wore in Game...
Via The Other Paper
May 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Don Larsen to sell WS uniform

Former Yankee Don Larsen -- the only man to pitch a perfect game in a World Series -- is putting his uniform from that historic day in 1956 up for sale to help fund his two grandsons' college education. On Oct. 8, 1956, Larsen retired all 27 Brooklyn Dodgers he faced, striking out seven as New York won Game 5 at Yankee Stadium on the way to winning the series in seven games. As...
Via FOX Sports
May 27, 2012  |  Discuss
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