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Moyer Records Win for the Ages

Denver Post

Jamie Moyer sat by his locker Tuesday afternoon, looking through wire-rim glasses at his composition book. It includes copious notes, reminders of how he wants to attack hitters.

Until two years ago, Moyer studied tendencies on VCR tapes (kids, ask your parents). He made his major-league debut when Ferris Bueller was in theaters and has rarely taken a day off since during the past 25 years.

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