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Watching Kerry's 20 strikeout game

on DVD.  In honor of his leaving.  Who would have thought the highlight of his career would come in his fifth major league game?  His curveball was unhittable.  Too bad his elbow ligament was coming apart at the time.  He never threw that curve again after his rookie year.

The other factor that impressed me is how much better Bob Brenly is as an announcer than Steve Stone.  Steve was obviousman, mainly reading from the press releases.  He's nowhere near as good as in the memories of some Cubs fans.

One final note:  Aramis Ramirez would have eaten up that ground ball to third that Orie couldn't handle.  If it had occurred in the 6th instead of the second inning, Kerry would have had a no hitter.

 

 

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