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Day Across the Bay: Giants Spitball-Throwing Legend Gaylord Perry Has Died

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  • Gaylord Perry, the previous Giants pitcher who’s immortalized in a statue exterior the ballpark, has died. He was 84. Perry pitched for the Giants from 1962 to 1971, which he remembers on this hilarious 1983 David Letterman interview, and was the primary pitcher to win a Cy Younger in each the American League and Nationwide League. [Chronicle]
  • Someone stole an Amazon van in Haight-Ashbury, as as soon as the driving force hopped out, another person jumped in and drove off. The motive force tried to chase the van, and was almost hit by one other motorist, so this might have been worse. [NBC Bay Area]
  • El Faro Taqueria, which purports to have invented the Mission burrito ( and isn’t to be confused with El Farolito), suffered a break-in and vandalism. It’s the taqueria’s second vandalism incident in three months, however SFPD has the suspect in custody. [SFGate]
  • Elizabeth Holmes’ alleged Theranos co-fraudster Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani is asking the choose in his trial for zero jail time, which appears unlikely, contemplating that Holmes was sentenced to 11 years. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The Supreme Court docket will hear the Biden Administration’s case about pupil mortgage debt forgiveness, which suggests the coverage stays on maintain. [NY Times]
  • Awwww! Kanye West, or “Ye” or no matter, is not seeking to purchase the right-wing social media website Parler. Who may have anticipated West would flake on one thing? [CNN]

Picture:Joe Kukura, SFist

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