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South Jersey Baseball History:
Third High School Perfect Game Pitched - 1964

Tuesday, April 25, 2000

By Charlie Schick
South Jersey Baseball Historical Society

On Saturday April 25, 1964, Edgewood High's Les Fulleylove joined Fran Dale, Holy Spirit (1945), and John Buyarski, St. James (1952) as the only pitchers to ever author a scholastic baseball perfect game when he pitched his teammates to a 1-0 victory over West Deptford High. The lean southpaw with excellent control allowed only two batters to even hit the ball, as he recorded 19 strikeouts of the seven inning game's 21 outs.
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South Jersey Baseball History:
The Dominant Pitchers

Monday, April 24, 2000

By Charlie Schick
South Jersey Baseball Historical Society

When one looks for the best of the great major league pitchers with the most season victories, they have to go all the way back to the early part of the century. In fact, it was 1904 when New York Yankee Hall of Fame right-hander Jack Chesbro won 41 games to set the all-time major league single season wins mark. Chesbro started 51 games that year, and relieved in 4, as he appeared in a total of 55 games.
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Winning Ways:
The Fantastic Four: The Tricep

Wednesday, April 19, 2000

By Gregory "Graig" White
SJSports Physical Fitness Advisor

Let's face it, guys want massive arms. Having "Big Guns" is the goal for many a man who trains with weights. For the ladies, the idea of having that fold of flab at the back of the arm is enough to keep them in long sleeved shirts for the whole summer. While building great biceps is important, I want you to know it is not in your best interest to ignore the tricep.
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South Jersey Softball:
Season Opens For BTAA Girl's Softball

Sunday, April 16, 2000

By Boog Williams
SJSports Staff Writer

The bad weather postponed the Saturday opening game of the girl's softball league until Sunday at 12:30 pm. It didn't look like the game was going to be played, based on the way the weather was in the morning, but the sun came out and the kids had a lot of fun. The field was dry and in good shape, thanks to the coaches and parents that helped rake the field.
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