Ray Culp, Yankee Killer

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Until Pedro Martinez hurled his 17-strikeout, one-hit gem in 1999, Ray Culp held a noble distinction in the annals of Red Sox history — as the pitcher who had thrown the best game against New York in the Retrosheet era (post-1957).

To read more about one of the Red Sox’ most underrated aces, 67th on the list of Top 100 Sox, click here.

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  • great work again Paul.

    Nick-YF February 22, 2007, 7:19 pm

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