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Baseball Pitcher Bob Feller Discusses his Career.

Baseball Hall-of-Fame pitcher Bob Feller. Some call him the fastest pitcher in history---taking the mound for the Cleveland Indians when just a teenager, Feller racked up 266 wins, struck out over 2500 batters, and pitched the only opening day no-hitter in major league history. In his new book, "Now Pitching, Bob Feller: A Baseball Memoir," he recounts his more 50 years in the game. (The book is co-authored with writer Bill Gilbert and published by Birch Lane Press).

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Other segments from the episode on April 17, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 17, 1990: Interview with Michael Palin; Commentary on doo-wop music; Interview with Bob Feller; Reciew of Deirdre Bair's biography "Simone de Beauvoir."

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