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July 10, 1961 | Roger Kahn
Despite official denials, pitchers throw at batters—to knock them down, to brush them back, sometimes to brain them
October 02, 1972 | Robert Duffy
Carl Mays won 208 ball games in a 15-year big-league career, but he is remembered almost exclusively for a single pitch—the one that accidentally struck and killed Ray Chapman of the Cleveland Indians on Aug. 16,...
August 09, 1993
What If...?After reading the article What Might Have Been...in your Special Classic Edition (July 19), I began to think about Ray Chapman, the Cleveland shortstop who was killed in 1920 by a beanball thrown by Carl...
October 16, 1995 | Ray Buck
This year marks the 75th anniversary of Ray Chapman's fatal beaning
July 14, 1997 | Kate Ledger
Even after a fatal 1920 beaning, players were slow to adopt batting helmets