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Wed, 15 Dec 2010 19:34:53 -0800
Hall of Fame SP Bob Feller died at the age of 92 Wednesday, Dec. 15, after a bout with leukemia, according to ESPN. KFFL offers its condolences to Feller's family and friends.
Thu, 09 Dec 2010 07:21:19 -0800
Hall of Fame SP Bob Feller, 92, has been moved from a hospital to hospice care as he continues to battle with pneumonia, The Associated Press reports.
Sun, 29 Aug 2010 07:20:39 -0700
Hall of Fame SP Bob Feller, who spent his entire 18-year career with the Cleveland Indians, is being treated for leukemia, according to The Associated Press. The 91-year-old Feller said he felt good after undergoing 10 days of outpatient treatment at the Cleveland Clinic.
Thu, 20 Nov 2008 21:19:13 -0800
The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Paul Hoynes reports Cleveland Indians SP prospect David Huff won the Bob Feller Award for being the top minor league pitcher in the organization. Huff went 11-5 with a 2.52 ERA in 27 games, including 26 starts, at Double-A Akron and Triple-A Buffalo. The opposition hit .210 against him and he struck out 143 batters, while walking 29, in 146 1/3 combined innings.
Wed, 07 Mar 2007 16:18:39 -0800
The Associated Press reports Hall of Fame P Bob Feller was in a minor car crash that occurred Tuesday, March 6, in the parking lot of the Cleveland Indians' spring training complex. Feller was not injured.
Fri, 12 Aug 2005 22:04:18 -0700
Former Cleveland Indians SP Bob Feller said an interview with a St. Louis radio station Wednesday, Aug. 10 which ended with the host labeling him a racist misrepresents his views on baseball diversity, according to Andrew Logus and Bryce Miller of the Des Moines Register. When asked by Kevin Slaten, co-host of KFNS' "The Bottom Line" show about what's right and wrong with the game of baseball, part of Feller's response included the statement, "A lot of these players coming from the Caribbean, they don't even know the rules." When asked by the Register to clarify his remarks, Feller said part of the reason he thinks Caribbean players struggle to understand the rules is probably because of "a language problem." Mike Claiborne, co-host of the KFNS radio show, had also asked Feller to clarify his response, but the two argued until he hung up the phone after being called a racist. "I'm anything but a racist," Feller said. "I played with Hispanics and blacks and men of all races ever since I was a little boy out on the farm in Iowa. This fella wants to say I'm a racist - he's a liar."
Thu, 12 Aug 2004 19:44:44 -0700
Howard Ulman, of the Associated Press, reports Boston Red Sox SP Pedro Martinez passed Bob Feller and Warren Spahn for 21st place in career strikeouts with 2,590 after fanning 10 hitters Thursday, Aug. 12.
Thu, 15 Jul 2004 08:50:39 -0700
ESPN.com reports former MLB P Bob Feller objected to the fact that boxing legend Muhammad Ali was present for the ceremonial first pitch of the 2004 All-Star Game. "I object very strongly to Muhammad Ali being here to throw out the first pitch, and you can print that," Feller said in the Boston Herald. "This is a man who changed his name and changed his religion so he wouldn't have to serve his country, and, to me, that's disgusting."
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