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Clayton Kershaw, Sandy Koufax, Whitey Ford, and Steve Carlton w/ Noah Scott

Today Noah Scott from the Short Hops and Tall Tales Podcast joins me for our first ever episode to talk about and rank Clayton Kershaw, Sandy Koufax, Whitey Ford, and Steve Carlton!. Show Notes:. Intro. Noah Scott Intro: 00:01:00. Clayton Kershaw: 00:03:17. Sandy Koufax: 00:36:43. Whitey Ford: 00:54:22. Steve Carlton:...
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Western Queens Gazette

Van Bramer Honors Whitey Ford

On September 18th, New York City Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer honored the life and legacy of Yankees great, Edward Charles “Whitey” Ford by co-naming 43rd Street, between 34th and 35th Avenues in Astoria after the Hall of Fame pitcher. Nicknamed “The Chairman of the Board,” Ford was raised in...
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NYC street renamed after late Yankee Hall of Famer Whitey Ford

The late, great Hall of Fame Yankee pitcher out of Astoria, Queens, was celebrated Saturday afternoon with a neighborhood street renamed in his honor. Friends, family and elected officials beamed as 43rd Street between 34th and 35th avenues was co-named Edward Charles “Whitey” Ford Way. Nicknamed “The Chairman of the...
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Queens street renamed after Yankee legend Whitey Ford

ASTORIA, Queens — A Yankee legend was honored on Saturday — but not at the ballpark. Whitey Ford, who was raised in Astoria, Queens, had a section of 43rd Street between 34th and 35th avenues named after him. Ford died in October 2020 at the age of 91. The hall of famer, born Edward Charles Ford, […]
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Yankees Hall of Famer Whitey Ford dies at 91

Hall of Fame pitcher Whitey Ford, who won six World Series with the New York Yankees, died Friday at age 91. A 10-time All-Star known as “The Chairman of the Board,” Ford compiled a 236-106 record with a 2.75 ERA and 45 shutouts in 16 seasons in the Bronx (1950, 1953-67).
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