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They Said It
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
April 19, 1993
?Al Clark, umpire, after New York Yankee pitcher Steve Howe, a seven-time drug offender, angrily challenged a ball-and-strike call: "I don't want to make it personal, but I wonder if he's ever made a mistake or used questionable judgment."
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April 19, 1993

They Said It

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? Al Clark, umpire, after New York Yankee pitcher Steve Howe, a seven-time drug offender, angrily challenged a ball-and-strike call: "I don't want to make it personal, but I wonder if he's ever made a mistake or used questionable judgment."

?Todd Kalas, New York Met announcer, introducing another Gotham lefty, 39-year-old Frank Tanana, at a team banquet: "The man who threw 90 in the '70s and the man who throws 70 in the '90s."

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