An Out of Body Experience


Hall of Fame Pitcher Goose Gossage explains that playing baseball in front of 50,000 people can be an out of body experience.  Goose Gossage was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008.  During his career, Goose Gossage pitched in 1,002 games and finished 681 of them, earning 310 saves. Per every nine innings pitched, Gossage averaged 7.45 hits allowed and 7.47 strikeouts. He also made nine All-Star appearances and pitched in three World Series.


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