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David Wells

David Wells (Baseball.  Born, Torrance, CA, May 20, 1963.)  A talented but undisciplined lefthander, David Lee Wells spent four seasons with the Yankees and helped pitch them into two World Series.  Extremely popular with fans, Wells threw the Yankees’ first regular-season perfect game ever and compiled a 68-28 record in those four seasons (1997-98, 2002-03) […]

Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens (Baseball.  Born, Dayton, OH, Aug. 4, 1962.)  After 15 years, 233 major league wins, and five Cy Young Awards, William Roger Clemens came to the Yankees in 1999 to win a World Series.  Clemens’ career had been nothing short of brilliant despite numerous injuries.  He had won 20 or more games five times, […]

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