Warren Spahn

Died November 24th, 2003

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (AP) -- Warren Spahn, the Hall of Fame pitcher who won more games than any other left-hander in history, died Monday. He was 82.

Spahn died at his home, family friend Gary Caruso said.

Spahn was the mainstay of the Braves' pitching staff for two decades, first in Boston and then in Milwaukee. He pitched for 21 seasons, winning 363 games and posting 20 or more victories 13 times.

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