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March 24, 1980 | Larry Keith
The Yankees hope they have another Ron Guidry in Dave Righetti, 21, a 6'3" lefthander who in three years as a pro has averaged more than one strikeout an inning. His father, Leo, was a minor-leaguer.
April 12, 1982 | Douglas S. Looney
Bill Bergesch, the Yankees' vice-president of baseball operations, was considering an inquiry as to whether George's Team has too much talent. "It's a problem," he says. "But like the guy says, 'I've been rich and...
July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
DAVE RIGHETTI: The 24-year-old lefty became the first Yankee since 1956 to pitch a no-hitter, beating the Red Sox 4-0 as he struck out nine batters, walked four and ran his season record to 10-3.
July 25, 1983 | Jim Kaplan
A Fourth of July no-hitter made Dave Righetti a Yankee Doodle Dandy
April 02, 1984 | Bruce Anderson
The short relief job is a glamorous one with the Yankees, having been filled for the past dozen years by Sparky Lyle and Rich Gossage. But with Gossage now in San Diego, who better to thrust into the late-inning...