Bob Feller, Baseball Hall of Famer, Dies at 92

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Bob Feller was pitching at 102 miles per hour in the 1930s. But the baseball player was also known to fans for stopping mid-career and joining to fight and serve his country in World War II. Feller died last night at the age of 92, and for thoughts on him and the other sports stories of the day is Takeaway Sports Contributor Ibrahim Abdul-Matin.  

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