by Kyle Ziemnick
Posted 10/09/20, 03:58 pm
Edward Charles “Whitey” Ford, who held the records for most starts, wins, and strikeouts in World Series history, died on Thursday. He was 91. Ford played with the New York Yankees for the entirety of his 16-year Major League Baseball career, winning six World Series in the 1950s and 1960s. He relied on a variety of curveballs, sliders, and change-ups to confuse hitters rather than overwhelm them with power. “If it takes 27 outs to win, who’s going to get them out more ways than Mr.