Five years after his death, Darren Daulton is inspiring cancer patients the way he did the 1993 Phillies

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Tommy Greene made 30 starts for the 1993 Phillies, taking the ball almost every fifth day as a workhorse pitcher for the National League champions. It was the most starts of his eight-year career, but not every night was perfect. There were games when his command was wavering or his breaking ball was not sharp or his pitches just didn’t have the same bite. Those outings, Greene said, are inevitable over the course of a long season. And whenever they happened, it would not take long for Johnny Podres to leave the dugout and head to the mound. “He was the most positive guy on the …

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