Story of the Week
Stan Musial once said, "I don’t think Warren Spahn will ever get into the Hall of Fame. He’ll never stop pitching." Well, Spahn did stop pitching, finally, but not until he became a legend of the game.
Warren Spahn pitched long enough to be a Boston Brave under Casey Stengel in 1942 and a Met under Stengel again in 1965. In between, he became the highest winning left-hander in major league history, emerging with wins in 363 games. He put 15...
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