Whitey Ford gives up the ghost

Former New York Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford passed away on Friday at the age of 91.

Ford spent the 16 years of his major baseball career with the Yankees and helped claim six World Series titles. He is the most successful pitcher in the history of the prestigious New York club.

During his prolific career, Ford recorded a record of 236-106. He won the Cy-Young Trophy in 1961 when he was 25-4. The left-handed pitcher has been named on major league all-star teams 10 times.


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