Some articles on starts, start:
... Through his first 13 starts with the Cardinals, he went 7-1 with a 2.82 ERA ... He finished the season with an 11-5 record in 24 starts, and ninth in Rookie of the Year voting ...
... He ended with a 2-3 record and a 6.26 ERA In 11 starts for Boston ... a midseason call-up to the Red Sox after going 6-5 with a 3.64 ERA in 18 starts, but he went just 1-4 with 5.91 ERA in eight appearances for the big team ... ending with a 9-5 mark and a 3.57 ERA in 19 starts ...
... Harnisch's first season in New York did not go well, as he went 2–8 with a 3.68 ERA in eighteen starts ... His record improved to 8–12 in 31 starts in 1996, although, he drew an eight game suspension for his part in a brawl with the Chicago Cubs on May 11 ... for Harnisch prior to his opening day start for the Mets against the San Diego Padres ...
... to New York, NY 1920 - starts Messer Flying Circus (Phoebe Fairgrave Omlie soon joins) 1922 - starts Birmingham Aero Club to sell airplanes 1925 - organizes company ...
... He returned to CART in 1987 and made 4 starts for Dick Simon with his best finish being 10th ... the series in 1988, then returned in 1989 to make 5 starts for Gohr Racing, where he finished 12th at the Michigan 500 ... He made 10 other starts, with a 10th place finish at Phoenix, finishing 22nd in points ...
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“For now we take the floor
Quite unremarked-on, and I feel once more
That silent beckoning from you verify
All I remember weaker, but
Something in me starts toppling.”
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