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J. R. RICHARD: In pitching two-hit and seven-hit victories, the Houston righthander allowed no earned runs and ran his string of complete games to eight. In his last seven starts, he had 67 strikeouts and an 0.57 ERA.
September 04, 1978 | Ron Reid
J. R. Richard, tallest man in the game, may become the first righty in the National League to strike out 300 in a season
May 29, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
J. R. RICHARD: Back-to-back shutouts were hurled by the 6'8" Houston righthander, who struck out 17 batters and allowed only six singles while blanking Philadelphia 5-0 on two hits and then Atlanta 13-0 on four hits.
September 01, 1980 | Edited by Gay Flood
J.R. RICHARDSir:Thank you for a fine article on the J.R. Richard tragedy (Now Everyone Believes Him, Aug. 18). Unfortunately, I was one of many people in Houston who doubted the seriousness—or even existence—of...