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Publications / Terry Cullen

Terry Cullen
Amazing Indians
As featured in the November 2002 issue of Bleacher Creature
Big Winners
As featured in the November 2001 issue of Bleacher Creature
Bob Feller
Baseball As featured in the April 2001 issue of Bleacher Creature
Complete Games
As featured in the March 2001 issue of Bleacher Creature
Frank "Noodles" Hahn
A look at the life of an often overlooked pitcher with one of baseball's great nicknames.
Georgia Peach
As featured in the February 2001 issue of Bleacher Creature
Hitting Machines
Ichiro vs Sisler
Long Careers With One Team
As featured in the May 2002 issue of Bleacher Creature
Multiple No-Hitters
As featured in the August 2001 issue of Bleacher Creature
One Time Only
As featured in the May 2001 issue of Bleacher Creature
The Greatest Pitching Staff
As featured in the July 2002 issue of Bleacher Creature
World Series Facts
As featured in the November 2002 issue of Bleacher Creature
Last At-Bat Was A Home Run
What a way to end your baseball career -- a home run in your last at-bat!
2000 Leaders in Wins & Triples
Pitchers leading in total wins for the decade and hitters with the most triples for the decade.
2009 Opening Day Starters
An in-depth look at the effectiveness of the opening day starter versus the rest of the team's pitching staff during the season.
Extra Base Hitters
The best-of-the-best, ranked by career extra base hits, as well as the top active extra base hitters.
Hit By Pitch
A bruising synopsis of prodigious plunkers and some surprising facts about these notable surly hurlers.
Mauer's Milestones
Minnesota backstop and his place among major league baseball's elite hitting catchers.
Ewell Blackwell
In 1947, the lanky right-hander nearly duplicated Johnny Van Der Meer's feat of back-to-back no-hitters.
More Walks Than Strikeouts
As featured in the April 2004 issue of Bleacher Creature.
Spud Chandler
Looking at one of baseball's lesser known pitchers.
Winning Isn't Everything
An interesting analysis of pitchers with 100+ career wins, but who also had 100+ career losses.
0 for the World Series
A brief look at the men who managed to achieve the “golden sombrero” during the Fall Classic.
Desert Winds Revisited
An update of the Arizona Diamondbacks and their remarkable turnaround from their dismal 2010 season.
Hall of Fame Facts
Only eight pairs of Hall of Fame players played their final regular season game on the same day and year.
Bits and Pieces
A collection of unusual and interesting baseball facts and achievements.
Frazee’s Fire Sale
Researcher Terry Cullen makes a case that Red Sox owner Harry Frazee let the Yankees get the better of him both before and after the Babe Ruth transaction.