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Carl Hubbell

Baseball Hall-of-Fame pitcher helped the New York Giants to the 1933, 1936, and 1937 World Series. He and his wife Lucille bought a house on Haworth Avenue in 1946, when he was director of the Giants farm system. He was a lefty, known for his masterful delivery of the screwball, to quote the New York Times. Lucille herself made the Times when she fell all the way down her stairway, and was found twelve hours later by a laundry driver who heard her yelling.