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BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGEFour-hundred-and-10-pound Tampa-area radio talk show host, on New York Yankee David Wells, the hefty lefty who's a daily caller and occasional lunch companion: "He's fat by baseball standards....
March 23, 1998 | Tom Verducci
WHAT THEY NEEDED: A third baseman to replace Charlie Hayes and Wade Boggs, and a starter to replace Doc Gooden. Also, a designated hitter and a second baseman not named Luis Sojo.
April 27, 1998 | Tim Crothers
Like his idol, Babe Ruth, David Wells is a portly portsider who plays for the Yankees and has a taste for the occasional beer. Also there's the much-publicized fact that Wells paid $35,000 for Ruth memorabilia,...
May 25, 1998 | L. Jon Wertheim
Firing a wicked fastball and a snapping curve, the Yankees' David Wells retired 27 straight Twins to complete only the 13th perfect game this century
May 25, 1998 | Richard Hoffer
•That overweight Little League pitchers draw hope from the masterful performances of those big league big boys, David Wells and Kerry Wood.