THE ECSTACY OF THE 1964 PHILLIES TURNED TO AGONY

If you’re too young to remember the summer of 1964, you didn’t suffer the agony of watching the Phillies lead the National League from opening day through 150 games — and the collapse by losing 10 games in a row to lose the pennant to the Cards. Jim Bunning’s death brought all those memories back:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/jim-bunning-hall-of-fame-baseball-pitcher-and-former-us-senator-dies-at-85/2017/05/27/28a8019c-4306-11e7-8c25-44d09ff5a4a8_story.html?utm_term=.5ab4412b04d3

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