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...Seaver’s initial case was extreme — he suffered Bell’s Palsy on the right side of his face, and the doctors told him at the time that it was so severe that after they treated him with antibiotics, he would never have it again. In Seaver’s situation, a less severe case of Bell’s Palsy, doctors felt, might have returned.
author of 311 career victories and the highest vote plurality (98.84%) of any player elected to the Hall of Fame
You have no idea what that means — to feel good, to feel normal, for five straight days.
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