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In time, knuckleballer could leave greats in his wake

By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / August 15, 2007

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In 1992, a 26-year-old Pirates rookie who had just become the first knuckleballer to win a postseason game since Tom Sturdivant of the Yankees in 1956 told reporters, "It's exciting to finally have a dream come true. I may not have a chance to do this again." (Full article: 1012 words)

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