Home Runs by Egantx7

Question 2

On 24 July, 1983, George Brett hit what would eventually be a go ahead home run for a Royals win over the Yankees ... on 18 August. This was the infamous Pine Tar Game which resulted in a rare protest being upheld by the League Office and the near death of umpire Tim McClelland, had Brett gotten his hands around McClelland's neck. We need two names here: first, name the Yankee pitcher who gave up the famous pine-tar home run. Second, name the Royals pitcher who gave Brett's bat to a bat boy in an ironic attempt to hide a bat coated with foreign substance. Both of these pitchers eventually made it to the Hall of Fame.

Rich "Goose" Gossage and Gaylord Perry