David Wells

Los Angeles Dodgers #33 - Pitcher

  • Born: 05/20/63
  • Age: 50
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 250

Red Reposter - Pitching Depth & Billy Quix

In honor of Mardi Gras, we parade through the Reds news of the day.

Angels Fans - Top 100 Angels #34

Who says we haven't impacted what goes on in between the lines?

October 13, 1991: ALCS Game 5 vs Blue Jays

The Twins were on the verge of their second World Series appearance in five years. But first they had to beat Tom Candiotti.

October 12, 1991: ALCS Game 4 vs Blue Jays

The Toronto crowd was out of the game. The Minnesota Twins took advantage.

The Career of Andy Pettitte

New York Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte will announce his retirement today. Here is a look how he rated as a prospect, and where his career stands in historical context.

A Cool Card I'm Going To Destroy- Uh, Repurpose

The "news" came out about a week and a half ago that Matt Antonelli officially retired. I put "news" in quotes because it wasn't news to anybody who keeps up with Antonelli's blog, where he...

Smoke, Mirrors and Mark Buehrle

Mark Buehrle hasn't been great this year, but he has been unique.

Happy 50th Birthday to David Wells!

Happy fiftieth birthday to former Padres starter David Wells! Best known to most fans for his time with the Yankees, Boomer spent time with nine major league teams, including two stints each with...

Ups & downs of Ryu's debut

Ryu pitched well in his major league debut on Tuesday but suffered the loss against the Giants.

The Yankees' heritage of perfect game greatness

The Yanks have thrown three perfect games in their history, and they all share some curious connections.

Ryu takes tips from Koufax

The left-hander threw to live hitters for the first time in a Dodger uniform on Tuesday.

Today in Blue Jays History: Mike Sirotka Trade

Not one of the better trades in Blue Jay history, Gord Ash trades David Wells for a broken Mike Sirotka.

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