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March 16, 1989
The Yankees' Ron Guidry, attempting to continue his pitching career at 38, has bone chips in his left elbow that may require surgery.
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St. Louis pitcher Chris Carpenter, who has a 21-4 record and a winning percentage of .840, started Sunday but did not get a decision in the Cardinals' 7-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs. Here are the top winning percentages of major league pitchers since 1930: * Sutcliffe was 4-5 with Cleveland that season, 20-6 overall. *--* PLAYER, TEAM YEAR RECORD WINNING % 1. Elroy Face, Pittsburgh 1959 18-1 947 2. Rick Sutcliffe, Chicago (NL) 1984 16-1 * 941 3. Johnny Allen, Cleveland 1937 15-1 938 4.
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February 3, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Ron Guidry, the Yankees captain who was let go in December as too old, returned to New York today, agreeing to a one-year contract. Guidry, the 38-year-old left-hander who had led the Yankees pitching staff for most of his 12-year career, had been talking with the Toronto Blue Jays and the Minnesota Twins, but instead, he decided to return to the only major league team he has ever played for. Guidry, a 20-game winner three times, became a free agent Dec.
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July 16, 1989 | STEVE JACOBSON, Newsday
Ron Guidry didn't give style and class to the New York Yankees, he only lent it to them. The games he won, the pitching he gave them, that he leaves behind. He takes the style and class with him. What he left in the record book is his 1978 season -- one of the greatest seasons any pitcher ever had. It deserves a mark of special designation. The point of it would recall that what Guidry accomplished and what he did in the midst of the thunder and lightning that were the Yankees of the new legend.
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May 28, 1989
Ron Guidry, in his first appearance of the season, pitched six shutout innings for the Columbus Clippers against Denver in a triple-A game. Guidry, 38, underwent arthroscopic surgery March 17 to remove bone chips from his left elbow. He began the season on the disabled list. The left-hander, who is making $500,000 this season, allowed two hits, struck out two and walked two. He is at Columbus, the Yankees' top farm team, on a 20-day rehabilitation assignment.
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December 21, 1988
Pitcher Ron Guidry, the last remaining player from the New York Yankees' 1977-78 World Series championship teams, became a free agent Tuesday when the team did not offer him a contract for next season. Guidry could be invited to spring training as a non-roster player by Manager Dallas Green. Guidry, 38, a left-hander, could not be reached for comment. His agent, Reggie Ringuet, said that Guidry wanted to remain with the Yankees and that he might accept a spring training invitation.
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July 11, 1989 | Associated Press
New York Yankee pitcher Ron Guidry has agreed to retire and will formally announce his decision at a news conference Wednesday at Yankee Stadium, the New York Times reported in Tuesday's editions. Guidry, who turns 39 next month, has been plagued by shoulder and elbow problems in recent years. He began the season on the disabled list after undergoing surgery March 17 to have a bone chip removed from his elbow. He pitched in seven games this season with Columbus, Ohio, the Yankees' triple-A team.
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May 28, 1989
Ron Guidry, in his first appearance of the season, pitched six shutout innings for the Columbus Clippers against Denver in a triple-A game. Guidry, 38, underwent arthroscopic surgery March 17 to remove bone chips from his left elbow. He began the season on the disabled list. The left-hander, who is making $500,000 this season, allowed two hits, struck out two and walked two. He is at Columbus, the Yankees' top farm team, on a 20-day rehabilitation assignment.
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March 16, 1989
The Yankees' Ron Guidry, attempting to continue his pitching career at 38, has bone chips in his left elbow that may require surgery.
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February 3, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Ron Guidry, the Yankees captain who was let go in December as too old, returned to New York today, agreeing to a one-year contract. Guidry, the 38-year-old left-hander who had led the Yankees pitching staff for most of his 12-year career, had been talking with the Toronto Blue Jays and the Minnesota Twins, but instead, he decided to return to the only major league team he has ever played for. Guidry, a 20-game winner three times, became a free agent Dec.
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December 21, 1988
Pitcher Ron Guidry, the last remaining player from the New York Yankees' 1977-78 World Series championship teams, became a free agent Tuesday when the team did not offer him a contract for next season. Guidry could be invited to spring training as a non-roster player by Manager Dallas Green. Guidry, 38, a left-hander, could not be reached for comment. His agent, Reggie Ringuet, said that Guidry wanted to remain with the Yankees and that he might accept a spring training invitation.
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