New York Post Columnist Recalls A Day In Central Regional High School History

It is 30 years to the day on this Easter Sunday, and they still talk about the chilly, damp, misty day Al Leiter of Central Regional high school of Bayville, N.J., struck out 32 batters and a bulldog named John Spinapont of Wall Township High School struck out 18 and matched the future major-league star goose egg for goose egg for 13 refuse-to-lose innings before the game was called because of a drenching downpour from a solitary angry dark cloud, according to a column by Steve Serby in the New York Post.

To read the entire column, click here: http://nypost.com/2014/04/20/baseball-icon-al-leiters-hs-battle-remembered-30-years-later/


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