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BALL PARK FIGURES
Jim Kaplan
July 23, 1984
National League pitchers Fernando Valenzuela and Dwight Gooden and American League pitcher Bill Caudill each struck out the only three batters he faced in an inning of the 1984 All-Star Game, a feat performed only four times previously. The seven pitchers and their victims:
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July 23, 1984

Ball Park Figures

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National League pitchers Fernando Valenzuela and Dwight Gooden and American League pitcher Bill Caudill each struck out the only three batters he faced in an inning of the 1984 All-Star Game, a feat performed only four times previously. The seven pitchers and their victims:

1984—Valenzuela, Dodgers ( Dave Winfield, Reggie Jackson, George Brett)

1984—Dwight Gooden, Mets ( Larry Parrish, Chet Lemon, Al Davis)

1984—Bill Caudill, A's ( Tim Raines, Ryne Sandberg, Keith Hernandez)

1980—Jerry Reuss, Dodgers ( Darrell Porter, Buddy Bell, Tommy John)

1955—Gene Conley, Braves ( Al Kaline, Mickey Vernon, Al Rosen)

1952—Bobby Shantz, A's ( Whitey Lockman, Jackie Robinson, Stan Musial)

1948—Johnny Sain, Braves ( Vern Stephens, Bobby Doerr, Hoot Evers)

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