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Carl Hubbell

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A fellow doesn't last long on what he has done. He has to keep on delivering.

— Carl Hubbell

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As far as control and stuff is concerned, I never had any more in my life than for that All-Star game in 1934.

— Carl Hubbell

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Besides, there were 50,000 fans or more there, and they wanted to see the best you've got. There was an obligation to the people, as well as to ourselves, to go all out.

— Carl Hubbell

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If I'm playing cards for pennies, I want to win.

— Carl Hubbell

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It was funny, when I thought of it afterward, how Ruth and Gehrig looked as they stood there. The Babe must have been waiting for me to get the ball up a little so he could get his bat under it.

— Carl Hubbell

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Striking out Ruth and Gehrig in succession was too big an order.

— Carl Hubbell

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They talk about those All-Star Games being exhibition affairs, and maybe they are, but I've seen very few players in my life who didn't want to win, no matter whom they were playing or what for.

— Carl Hubbell

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About Carl Hubbell

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Hubbell finiCarl Hubbelld his career with a 253–154 record 1678 strikeouts 724 walks 36 shutouts and a 2. He pitched a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates (11–0 May 8 1929). He won 24 consecutive games between 1936 (16) & 1937 (8) the longest such streak ever recorded in major league history.

He was a member of the New York Giants in the National League from 1928 to 1943. He is perhaps best remembered for his performance in the 1934 All-Star Game when he struck out five of the game's great hitters in succession. He remained on the team's payroll for the rest of his life long after their move to San Francisco.

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