- Card Corner Plus: 1966 Topps: The Difficult Life of Clay Carroll
- Concerned that Carroll had lost his effectiveness for good, the Braves dealt him and right-hander Tony Cloninger to the Cincinnati Reds as part of a six-player trade for Milt Pappas. The change of scenery worked out well.
- What If The Milt Pappas-Frank Robinson Trade Played Out Another Way?
- That's especially true when trying to analyze a baseball trade, particularly one that falls into either the "best" or "worst" category.
- Former Trib reporter tracks down stories about no-hitters
- Lammers also spoke with Milt Pappas, who threw a no-hitter in 1972 but missed a perfect game in the bottom of the ninth inning when he walked Larry Stahl on a 3-2 pitch. “He's still griping about it like it happened yesterday,” Lammers said and laughed.
- Milt Pappas was right: Young Cubs were bound for the playoffs
- I was glued to the TV in 1972 when Pappas threw a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres at Wrigley Field. Actually, it was a perfect game before umpire Bruce Froemming botched a call on the 27th batter, who walked to first instead of the dugout. Milt ...
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