Spahn the greatest left-hander of all-time?
As with his baseball career, which was still going at the age of 46, Warren Spahn lived a full, long life.
Some excellent writers have lined up to say their pieces about Spahn. Here is a sampling:
Former commissioner Fay Vincent writes that Spahn never quite got his due. He also relates a debate between Spahn and Ted Williams to which he was privy in which the two old timers debated the relative merits of pitchers versus hitters on the IQ scale. Vincent reminds us that Spahn could hit and field as well in today's Philadelphia Inquirer.
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