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David Wells

David Wells, also famously known as “Boomer,” was a dominant pitcher in the MLB for twenty years. Wells is widely regarded as one of the best left-handed pitches in MLB history, especially during his time with the Toronto Blue Jays and the New York Yankees. In 1988, Wells pulled off a perfect game for the Yankees, considered baseball’s most challenging achievement. Wells was not just known for his regular-season achievements but his postseason resume as well. Wells was the 1998 ALCS MVP against the Cleveland Indians and is a two-time World Series champion (1992 and 1998). Along with baseball, Wells is also known for his coaching, broadcasting, and his book, Perfect I'm Not: Boomer on Beer, Brawls, Backaches, and Baseball.

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