The story of Sammy Stewart
The Boston Globe
Stewart relied on a nasty slider throughout his 10 seasons in the major leagues, in which he pitched for the Orioles and Indians as well as Boston. Stewart finished his career with a 59-48 record and a career 3.62 ERA. He decided to make Boston his home after he retired in 1987, thanks to his love of the fans. The next year he began smoking crack and became addicted.
Stewart relied on a nasty slider throughout his 10 seasons in the major leagues, in which he pitched for the Orioles and Indians as well as Boston. Stewart finished his career with a 59-48 record and a career 3.62 ERA. He decided to make Boston his home after he retired in 1987, thanks to his love of the fans. The next year he began smoking crack and became addicted.
(Globe Staff Photo / Stan Grossfeld)