Sport: Two More Immortals

The Baseball Writers' Association of America last week picked two more mortals (No. 63 & No. 64) for immortality in Baseball's Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y. The men and their claims to fame:

¶ Jerome Herman ("Dizzy") Dean, 42, a pitcher who knew no peer (and was the first to admit it) during the rowdy days of the famed St. Louis Cardinal "Gas House Gang" in the '30s. The last pitcher in either league to win 30 games in one season (1934), Ol' Diz also holds the National League strike-out record (17 in one game), wound up his flamboyant career...

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