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WHEN HE MADE his major league debut for the Reds on June 10, 1944, in a blowout loss to the Cardinals, Joe Nuxhall got the first man he faced to ground out. The third popped out; in between he walked the pitcher, who...
May 09, 2005 | RICHARD HOFFER
Everything from staircases to scissors gives the advantage to the dextral. So in a world designed with the right hand in mind, why is it that so many lefties are great athletes?
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March 30, 1998
MARTY BRENNAMANCincinnati Reds radio man, on an erroneous report that broadcasting partner Joe Nuxhall had expired: "If Joe's dead, that explains a lot."
June 11, 1979 | Kathleen Andria
Onetime kid whiz Joe Nuxhall is the radio voice of the Cincinnati Reds, but he still pitches batting practice to prove that, though he may have retired, he didn't quit