Sport: Perfect Game

The last time big (220-lb.) Pitcher Carl DeRose had started a game for the Kansas City Blues, he could hardly sleep at night after the game for the pain in his arm. The Blues, a Yankee farm team, considered 24-year-old DeRose one of their most promising players, so they sent him off to the Yankees' trainer. He was advised to lay off for three weeks. Last week, exactly three weeks to the day, DeRose started against Minneapolis. By the third inning, his right arm was throbbing badly.

Manager Billy Meyer suggested calling for a relief pitcher, but DeRose shook his head and...

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