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- Bob Gibson is walking toward you...
Robert "Bob" Gibson is walking toward you.
His fastball has been described as "blazing," which doesn't do it justice, but that doesn't much matter now -- Bob Gibson doesn't seem like he
- Q&A: Pete LaCock vs Bob Gibson [and Japan]
LaCock on battling Bob Gibson:
“Billy Williams had broken his ankle, so the team was looking for a left-handed hitter. I had been hitting the ball pretty well, so they brought me up
- Gibson's Great Start
The Twins promoted 2009 first-round pick Kyle Gibson to Double-A yesterday on the heels of his seventh start in the Florida State League, which lowered his ERA to 1.87 in 43.1 innings. Gibson
- Monitoring Kyle Gibson Trends
Gibson ranked 109th on Zach Sanders’ postseason starting pitcher rankings.
Tommy John surgery cost Kyle Gibson a significant part of 2011, and nearly the entire 2012 season. As a result
- The Change: Kyle Gibson
This week's column is about a surprisingly good change-up. Because as Kyle Gibson ascended the ranks in Minnesota's farm system, there were questions about his change piece. He's thrown over 300
- Kyle Gibson on Pitching to Contact
Kyle Gibson is a tall pitcher with a low K rate. The Minnesota Twins right-hander is 6-foot-6 and has fanned 5.76 batters per nine innings this season. Last year, that number was an even-more-contact
- Kirk Gibson, Lord of the African Savanna
I scarcely need to mention this, but Kirk Gibson and his brawny musk, unlike a certain Francis Macomber, do not quake and flee at the sight of a lion. Kirk Gibson and his brawny musk fear no man
- Kirk Gibson's Bat, Now at $139,015
The bat Kirk Gibson used to hit his walk-off home run in game one of the 1988 world series has two days left to go until "extended bidding" and now sits at a pretty $139,015.
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- The Gibson Homer, as Told by Electric Game
like searching for it. Apropos of this, this way comes an electric rendering of the famous home run by Kirk Gibson, one of our most hilarious MVPs, in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series.
- Kirk Gibson, NL Manager of the Year
It's official: Kirk Gibson has won the National League Manager of the Year award. He beat out third-place three-time winner Tony LaRussa, who earned a more exciting piece of hardware anyway