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December 08, 2003 | Roger Kahn
No one had a better head for pitching than Warren Spahn
July 19, 1993 | Ron Fimrite
It was nothing more than a midseason Tuesday-night game between two teams essentially going nowhere, played before a modest crowd of 15,921 at Candlestick Park. But that game on July 2, 1963, between the San...
May 11, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
At a recent autograph show in Atlanta, Hall of Famer Warren Spahn was called upon to sign 800 autographs. Current Braves outfielder Tommy Gregg, who batted .187 last season, signed 1,400.
December 02, 1991 | Thomas Hauser
In a bygone era athletes graciously gave autographs to a boy who cherishes them now as much as ever
May 31, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Warren Spahn, after two months in Japan as a pitching coach: "They're a long way behind American baseball in a lot of ways, but in other ways—well, a high school kid signed for $200,000 while I was there."