by Phillip Hoose
October 7, 2006 Don Larsen entered the baseball pantheon in 1956, when the New York Yankee became the first and only person to pitch a perfect World Series game. His cousin, Phil Hoose, explains how his connection with Larsen turned his life around in a new book, Perfect, Once Removed.
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