Dec 9, 2010, 1:23pm EST
December 16, 2010
Bob Feller, From Phenom To WWII Anti Aircraft Gunner To 'The Greatest Pitcher I Ever Saw'
Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller, a 266-game winner, someone who once threw 343 and 371.1 innings in back-to-back seasons -- for comparison's sake, Roy Halladay led baseball in 2010 with 250.2 IP -- and struck out 2581 batters over an 18-year career, died Wednesday night, succumbing to his battle with acute leukemia. He was 92 years old.
December 15, 2010
Bob Feller, Hall Of Fame Pitcher, Passes Away At 92
Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller is in hospice care for the terminally ill, the Cleveland Indians announced late on Wednesday evening. According to a report on the team Web site, Feller recently was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic because of a bout with pneumonia, though he's also fighting leukemia.
December 9, 2010
Bob Feller, Hall Of Fame Pitcher, Placed In Hospice Care
Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller, 92, is in hospice care in Cleveland. The former Cleveland Indians star is battling leukemia.