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One Pitcher and One Hitter


Jimmy James
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Been playing this little game on FB. You have one pitcher to pitch a perfect 9th inning of a World Series. And one Hitter to hit the winning RBI in a World Series. Here are mind: 

Pitcher: Really any doubt, Bob Gibson

Hitter: A bit different, Tony Perez 

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Pitcher is easy, as VBF stated: Mariano is unmatched. 
 

Hitter for an RBI implies a runner on. So where makes a difference: third means any bingle will do, second takes a firmer knock, and first takes that alley-power type. All need that resolute mind-set. Some names come to mind: Gwynn, Carew, Boggs; Frank Robinson, Baylor, Puckett; and the ones we didn’t see: Gehrig, Ruth, Musial, Williams, Foxx, Cobb, DiMaggio.

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