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Chief Bender

Charles Albert "Chief" Bender was a pitcher in Major League Baseball during the 1900s and 1910s. In 1911, Bender tied a record by pitching three complete games in a single World Series. He finished his career with a 212–127 win–loss record for a .625 winning percentage and a career 2.46 earned run average (ERA).

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Curse Curves Difference Fade Fade Away Fast Fastballs Give Greatest Hand Hide All High Indian Inside Knees Level Lose Pitch Pitcher Presented Public Sport Tension Win Or Lose Less More Hide All See All
I do not want my name to be presented to the public as an Indian, but as a pitcher. β€” Β© Chief Bender
I do not want my name to be presented to the public as an Indian, but as a pitcher.
Tension is the greatest curse in sport. I've never had any tension. You give the best you have - you win or lose. What's the difference if you give all you've got to give?
I use fast curves, pitched overhand and sidearm, fastballs, high and inside, and an underhand fade away pitch with the hand almost down to the level of the knees.
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