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Allie Reynolds

Allie Reynolds (Baseball.  Born, Bethany, OK, Feb. 10, 1915; died, Oklahoma City, OK, Dec. 27, 1994.)  One of the great money pitchers of his era, Allie Pierce Reynolds appeared in 15 World Series games for the Yankees. He had a 7-2 record with a 2.79 e.r.a. and four saves.  Among those saves was a memorable […]

Eddie Lopat

Eddie Lopat (Baseball. Born, New York, NY, June 21, 1918; died, Darien, CT, June 15, 1992.) At the heart of the pitching staff for the Yankees team that won five straight World Series (1949-53) was lefthander Edmund Walter Lopatynski. Lopat was the ideal pitcher to drop between hard-throwing righthanders Allie Reynolds and Vic Raschi. He […]

Joe Gordon

Joe Gordon (Baseball.  Born, Los Angeles, CA, Feb. 18, 1915; died, Sacramento, CA, Apr. 14, 1978.)  A superb second baseman and solid righthanded hitter, Joseph Lowell Gordon helped the Yankees win five pennants.  Gordon indirectly contributed to six more Yankees flags when he was traded to Cleveland for righthander Allie Reynolds Oct. 19, 1946.  He […]

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