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Richard Joseph Farrell, born in Boston on April 8,was the older of two children of Tom and Mary Farrell a sister, Donna, arrived 11 years later. His father, a grave keeper at Holyhood Cemetery in nearby Brookline, was an accomplished amateur athlete of sizable proportions that earned him the nickname Big Turk. At a robust 6-feet-4 and pounds, Dick could hardly be called Little Turk, and became simply Turk.
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This article was published in the The National Pastime. In the expansion draft to fill the rosters of the new clubs in New York and Houston, the Mets elected to go with veterans, while Houston built on youth. Blessed with an outstanding fastball, Farrell also enjoyed a reputation for being somewhat of a character and loving the party life.
Major League Baseball Player. The 6-foot-4, pound right-hander made his debut with the Philadelphia Phillies as a starter late in the season. The following year began a string of appearances as a reliever.
He threw and batted right-handed. Before the season, Farrell was signed by the Philadelphia Phillies as an amateur free agent. There, over a two-year span —54he would build a Win-Loss record of 18—18, with a 3.
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