Rick Langford Comments on Jassen’s Rehab

By on June 24, 2011

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 Rick Langford from Bradenton, Florida pitched 11 years in MLB, 1 with Pittsburgh and the other 10 with Oakland and set the record of 230 consecutive errorless chances (over 142 games) for a pitcher.

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