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September 25, 1978
GAYLORD PERRY: The 40-year-old Padre righthander beat Atlanta 3-1 and Houston 2-1. With the National League's best record (19-6) and a 2.89 earned run average, he is in contention for a second Cy Young Award.
May 01, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
April 17, 1978 | Joe Jares
Bulgier than ever, Mickey Lolich returned from retirement and won the opener for the Padres
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GAYLORD PERRY: By beating Detroit 6-3, he joined Cy Young and Jim Bunning as the only pitchers to win at least 100 games in each league. Perry, 234-192 in 15 seasons, earned 134 of his victories with the Giants.