Bob Gibson, Feared Flamethrower for the St. Louis Cardinals, Dies at 84
Legend Dies A bee sees Todd and intimidating and a fierce competitor, Bob Gibson is considered one of the greatest pitchers in baseball who spent his entire 17 year career with the ST Louis Cardinals gifts and, in fact, was named World Series MVP in the Cardinal's 1964 and 67 Championship seasons. He closed out his Hall of Fame induction speech in 1981 with this I want to be remembered. As a person that Comparator gave 100%. Every time I went out on the field, so Bob Gibson was 84 you're listening to ABC News.