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Don Sutton in the News
Sutton returning to Atlanta Braves' radio booth: The Atlanta Braves will have a familiar name and voice back in their radio booth this season: Don Sutton said Tuesday he's coming home.
Sutton rejoins Braves broadcast team: The Braves have finalized a deal that allows Don Sutton to return Atlanta to serve as the radio broadcast partner with the recently hired Jim Powell. The official announcement was made early Tuesday evening.
Powell hired as Braves broadcaster: While still working to make Don Sutton a part of their new radio broadcast team, the Braves have officially announced Jim Powell as his likely partner.
Braves hope for Sutton return: There's a chance Don Sutton will be part of the new radio broadcast team that the Braves are hoping to announce within the next week. Because Sutton is currently under contract with the Nationals, the Braves can't comment on his potential return.
Sutton recalls fond memories of Caray: Nationals broadcaster Don Sutton was saddened to learn of the passing of longtime Braves broadcaster Skip Caray. Sutton learned about Caray's death after the Nationals landed in Denver on Sunday night.
Sutton, Perez and Ford join ceremony: Former All-Star Game Most Valuable Players Don Sutton and Tony Perez and New York Yankees legend Whitey Ford were among the fourth partial list of nine Hall of Famers announced on Monday to be honored in pregame ceremonies at the All-Star Game on July 15 at Yankee Stadium in the final season of"The House That Ruth Built."
Clubhouse feuds a normal part of the game: Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig didn't particularly care for one another.Thurman Munson and Reggie Jackson traded barbs.Don Sutton and Steve Garvey never hung out together.But nowadays, when teammates feud, their tensions are aired endlessly, thanks to the 24-hour news cycle.
Sutton raising kidney-cancer awareness: Hall of Famer, former Dodgers pitcher andkidney-cancer survivor Don Sutton returned to thefield where he had some of his finest momentsMonday.
Sutton does part to fight kidney cancer: Don Sutton knew how to fight adversity while compiling a Hall of Fame career. He's taking that same mentality to his new post as national spokesperson for kidney cancer awareness for the"Stay In The Game"promotion.
Sutton sold on Hudson as Hall of Famer: Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton looked at the Braves' roster before Friday night's Braves-Nats game and determined that it included four players who could one day be enshrined in Cooperstown. The surprise among them? Tim Hudson.
CLEMENS AT 350: 1. Cy Young* 511 2. Walter Johnson* 417 3t. Pete Alexander* 373 3t. Christy Mathewson* 373 5. Pud Galvin* 364 6. Warren Spahn 363 7. Kid Nichols* 361 8. Roger Clemens 350 9. Tim Keefe* 342 10. Greg Maddux 340 * Career was pre-1930 CAREER STRIKEOUTS 1. Nolan Ryan 5,714 2. Roger Clemens 4,630 3. Randy Johnson 4,616 4. Steve Carlton 4,136 5. Bert Blyleven 3,701 6. Tom Seaver 3,640 7. Don Sutton 3,574 8. Gaylord Perry 3,534 9. Walter Johnson 3,509 10. Phil Niekro 3,342 ROCKET BY THE NUMBERS 7 Cy Young awards, the most by any pitcher by two
New TV voice plans to share his passion: Daron Sutton, son of Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton, has some pretty big shoes to fill in replacing Thom Brennaman as the voice of the Diamondbacks.
Nats visit library on caravan tour: New manager Manny Acta, television broadcaster Don Sutton, radio announcer Charlie Slowes, third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, outfielder Nook Logan and pitcher Mike O'Connor visited the Central Rappahannock Regional Library on Saturday to visit young Nats fans.
Acta, players enjoy time with kids: More than 100 kids attended Friday's Winter Caravan stop, getting autographs and taking instruction from manager Manny Acta, pitcher Mike O'Connor, outfielder Nook Logan and new television broadcaster Don Sutton.
Sutton Is Leading Contender To Join Nats' TV Coverage: Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton is the leading contender to become the color analyst on MASN's coverage of the Washington Nationals next season.
Don Sutton in the Blog PenRichard Lally: November 26, 2008 - Answering a Moose Call:
Our Readers' Submissions Vault: August 25, 2008 - Nothing to Blame But the Ball: Remembering the Home Run Surge of 1987 by Tommy Szarka:
Baseball Library Vault of Lists: August 8, 2008 - Sound the Moose Call: Mike Mussina Shuts Down the Texas Rangers and Makes Another List:
Jim Gerard: July 3, 2008 - DFA, chapter 31: Enter Letty:
Gene Carney: June 18, 2008 - Baseball History as Seen From the Shadows of Cooperstown, Part 10: 1990 to 1994:
Gene Carney: June 4, 2008 - Part Eight of A View of Baseball History From the Shadows of Cooperstown: Gene Carney Looks at the 70s:
John Shiffert: April 10, 2008 - Pitching, Injury and the Age Factor:
: April 3, 2008 - DFA, chapter 20: Viva La Revolucion!:
Jim Gerard: March 17, 2008 - DFA, chapter 18 -The Creative Process:
: March 12, 2008 - My Transaction History, part 2:
John Shiffert: February 11, 2008 - Time to Bid Adieu?: John Shiffert on Curt Schilling:
John Shiffert: February 5, 2008 - Reviewing the Great Arms Deals: John Shiffert Provides a Context for the Johan Santana Trade:
John Shiffert: January 21, 2008 - John Shiffert on Vaseline, Scuff Marks, Steroids and the Mitchell Report:
John Shiffert: October 15, 2007 - The Stark Truth Regarding the Career of Sandy Koufax:
John Shiffert: August 10, 2007 - 300 Game Winners Extinct? Not So Fast...:
John Shiffert: June 27, 2007 - The Winless Pitcher Syndrome:
Peter Doyle: June 26, 2007 - Roger Clemens, The Best Righty?:
Richard Lally: June 18, 2007 - Richard Lally Spends Five Minutes With...Eddie Joost:
Peter Doyle: May 30, 2007 - Those Who Ignore History...:
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: May 7, 2007 - : THE NATURAL, AFTER ALL THESE YEARS
John Shiffert: February 21, 2007 - : Volume 5, #2, February 21, 2007