Richard Cuicchi

SABR BioProject biographies written by Richard Cuicchi

  • Al Montreuil
  • Eddie Tucker
  • Fats Dantonio
  • Iván de Jesús
  • Tony Roig
  • Will Clark

SABR Games Project stories written by Richard Cuicchi

  • April 10, 2000: Ken Griffey Jr. becomes youngest player to hit 400 home runs
  • July 21, 1995: Dennis Martinez defies age, earns ninth consecutive win
  • May 7, 1995: Indians, Twins both make team history in 17-inning marathon
  • October 4, 1989: Giants’ Will Clark has ‘helluva week’ in 1989 NLCS opener
  • April 8, 1986: Will Clark produces thrill in major-league debut
  • October 1, 1985: Strawberry’s 11th-inning wallop keeps Mets’ hopes alive
  • June 18, 1972: Astros’ Jerry Reuss shuts out Phillies with a gem
  • June 24, 1970: Reds win final game played at Crosley Field
  • September 15, 1969: Cardinals’ Steve Carlton sets record with 19 strikeouts, but Mets, Swoboda prove to be Achilles’ heel
  • July 19, 1969: Ain’t no mountain high enough: Reds overcome 9-run deficit to beat Astros
  • June 11, 1952: Cubs’ Hank Sauer gets second home run ‘hat trick’
  • August 28, 1950: Cubs’ Hank Sauer slams three home runs
  • May 8, 1948: Harry Brecheen’s almost-perfect game
  • October 9, 1946: Boo Ferriss extends his unbeaten string at Fenway with Game 3 win
  • September 2, 1946: Boo Ferriss puts nail in Yankees’ coffin with 12th consecutive win
  • June 9, 1946: Boo Ferriss adds to Tigers’ frustration with 10th consecutive win
  • June 6, 1945: Boo Ferriss wins record 8th straight game to start career
  • May 31, 1945: Boo Ferriss wins seventh consecutive game to start career
  • May 27, 1945: Boo Ferriss one-hits White Sox for sixth consecutive win
  • May 23, 1945: Boo Ferriss beats Browns for fifth straight win
  • May 18, 1945: Boo Ferriss shuts out White Sox for fourth straight win
  • May 13, 1945: Boo Ferriss’s scoreless inning streak ends, but he still wins third straight
  • May 6, 1945: Rookie Boo Ferriss wins second of eight consecutive decisions to start career
  • April 29, 1945: Boo Ferriss wins major-league debut and launches historic run
  • October 9, 1928: Sultan of Swat smacks three homers to sink the Cardinals in World Series sweep
  • October 7, 1928: Lou Gehrig’s two homers too much for Redbirds in Game 3
  • April 12, 1912: Cincinnati’s Redland Field hosts its first game

SABR Journal Articles written by Richard Cuicchi

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SABR Research Topics written by Richard Cuicchi 

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SABR Research Articles written by Richard Cuicchi 

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