Sport: Left Out

Warren Spahn, 44, is the best left-handed pitcher in baseball history, but history is passing him by. For a long time, Spahn defied old age with remarkable success. He was 40 when he pitched the second no-hit, no-run game of his career, remarking later: "A fellow my age has no right to do that." At 42, he compiled a season record of 23 victories against only seven losses, thus winning 20 or more games a season for the 13th time. Last year Milwaukee Manager Bobby Bragan decided that Spahn had lost his touch, relegated him to the bullpen. Spahn ended...

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