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Baseball|Yankees' Bullpen Falters as Blue Jays Rally for Win in the Ninth
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Aroldis Chapman was dealt to the Chicago Cubs, Andrew Miller was sent to the Cleveland Indians and what is left of the Yankees' bullpen now looks like everyone else's. On a day when the Yankees finally scored, their two best relievers — Dellin
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1962 Topps / Tribe Hill Trio #37 – Barry Latman / Dick Stigman / Jim Perry (Pitchers) – Multi Autographed Baseball Card (Cleveland Indians)

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1962 Topps / Tribe Hill Trio #37 - Barry Latman / Dick Stigman / Jim Perry (Pitchers) - Multi Autographed Baseball Card (Cleveland Indians)

Arnold Barry Latman (b. May 21, 1936, in Los Angeles, California) is a former professional baseball pitcher. Latman played all or part of 11 seasons in the majors, from 1957 until 1967, for the Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles / California Angels, and Houston Astros. He was an All Star in both 1961 and 1962.

MLB statistics:
Win–loss record – 59–68
ERA – 3.91
Strikeouts – 829

Richard Lewis Stigman (b. January 24, 1936 in Nimrod, Minnesota) is a former professional pitcher in the Major Leagues from 1960 to 1966. Dick was signed as an amateur free agent by the Cleveland Indians in 1954. He would play for the Minnesota Twins, Cleveland Indians, and Boston Red Sox. In his rookie season he was selected to play in the 1960 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

MLB statistics:
Win-Loss – 46-54
ERA – 4.03
Strikeouts – 755

James Evan Perry, Jr. (b. October 30, 1935) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He pitched from 1959–1975 for four different teams. He is the older brother of Hall of Fame pitcher Gaylord Perry and was a fine pitcher in his own right. Perry was a three-time All-Star and won the 1970 AL Cy Young Award, when he posted a record of 24-12. Jim and Gaylord Perry are the only brothers in Major League history to win Cy Young Awards. He also won 20 games in 1969, and won at least 17 games five times.

MLB statistics:
Win–Loss record – 215–174
ERA – 3.45
Strikeouts – 1,576

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