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Strike Three! My Years in the 'Pen by Dr. Thomas Tomsick

He Chose Medicine Over Baseball. One Of Cincinnati’s and America’s Top Doctors Analyzes The Game And His Experiences With The Cleveland Indians.

Strike Three! My Years in the 'Pen is a fascinating account of the author’s stint as an Indians’ bullpen catcher for the years 1964-1966.

Dr. Thomas Tomsick went from being a bullpen catcher to one of the top doctors in the country. The author provides unique insight on the game.

Tomsick writes about the affects that performance enhancing drugs had on pitching records. He makes comparisons of the Indian's outstanding1964-1966 pitching staff to modern day pitchers.

Thomas A. Tomsick, M.D. is a faculty member of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and Director of Neuroradiology. He has been named one of the Best Doctors in America 2001-2010. His research has included participation in multiple studies of methods and devices for treatment of aneurysms, vascular malformations, tumors, and stroke.

Strike Three! My Years in the 'Pen by Dr. Thomas Tomsick

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