Sport: Fun for the Fireman

By the custom of the relief pitcher's craft, he should have emerged from the bullpen with stoic mien and plodded his way to the mound like a tired Atlas about to shoulder the weight of the world. But it seemed that whenever the Chicago White Sox managed to mount an attack against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series, the tall, strapping (6 ft. 2 in., 202 Ibs.) righthanded rookie sallied out of the Dodger bullpen with a spring in his step and a grin on his face. Confessed unabashed Larry Sherry, 24:...

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