Sport: Pitchers of the Year

A month ago Pitcher Carl Hubbell, lean left-hander of the New York Giants, pitched an 18-inning game against the St. Louis Cardinals which the Giants won. 1 to 0. That was enough to make 1933 a memorable season for Pitcher Hubbell but he was not satisfied. Last week, in the fourth inning of a game between Boston and the Giants, he had a chance to break the National League record of 44 consecutive scoreless innings, made by Pitcher Ed Reulbach of the Chicago Cubs in 1908. The first batter hit a fly. Next...

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