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Topic - Bob Welch
Welch went 27-6 with a 2.95 ERA and won the American League Cy Young award in 1990 as he led the Oakland Athletics to the World Series. The A's announced Welch's death Tuesday afternoon.
In a June 7 story about the death of former Fleetwood Mac member Bob Welch, The Associated Press erroneously listed the year that the band's song "Don't Stop" became the anthem for Bill Clinton's presidential campaign. The correct year is 1992.
Bob Welch, a former member of Fleetwood Mac who also had a solo career, died Thursday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. He was 65.
Bob Welch, a former member of Fleetwood Mac who went on to write songs and record several hits during a solo career, died Thursday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. He was 65.
Detroit's Justin Verlander became the first starting pitcher in a quarter-century to win a Most Valuable Player award, adding it to the Cy Young Award he won last week.
"I was stone sober, too," Welch said in the book. "I hadn't gotten around to drinking before a game, particularly a World Series game — although, given time, I would have."