Norm Angelini’s Journey through 1970’s Professional Baseball

In the 1960’s left-handed pitchers ruled baseball, with the likes of Whitey Ford, Sandy Koufax and Warren Spahn patrolling the mound. Needless to say, teams were extremely interested in identifying the next southpaw to potentially take their place in the pantheon. One such prospect was Norm Angelini, who may not have become a star but did accomplish the impressive feat of reaching at pitching well at the major league level.


Posted on March 31, 2017, in The Rest: Everything Baseball. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Norm Angelini’s Journey through 1970’s Professional Baseball.

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