Ford, Edward

Ford, (Edward Charles) “Whitey”

(1926–  ) baseball pitcher; born in New York City. During his 16-year career with the New York Yankees (1950, 1953–67), the left-hander won 236 games and the Cy Young award in 1961. He had more appearances (22), pitched more innings (146), had more strikeouts (94) and won more games (10) than any pitcher in World Series history. He was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1974.
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1917 Scott, Ernest 1918 Marriott, Ida Louisa (nee Lee) 1919 Wright, Hugh 1920 Gill, Thomas 1927 Jose, Arthur Wilberforce 1937 Bean, Charles Edwin Woodrow 1943 Evatt, Hubert Vere 1957 Ford, Edward 1972 Hasluck, Paul Meernaa Caedwalla 1976 Windeyer, (William John) Victor 1978 Richardson, Gordon Ralyell 1979 Elkin, (Adolphus) Peter 1980 Harper, Harold Casterton 1986 Clark, (Charles) Manning Hope 1988 Serle, (Alan) Geoffrey 1989 Inglis, Kenneth Stanley 1997 Gilbert, Lionel Arthur James 1999 Ritchie, John Douglas