Career ERA of fast-pitch softball legend Joan Joyce of Waterbury,
who was 750-42 with 150 no-hitters.
Judges, out of nine, who gave Dorothy Hamill of Riverside
first-place votes in the free-skate competition at the 1976
National Sportswriter of the Year awards won by the late Los
Angeles Times columnist Jim Murray, who grew up in Hartford and
graduated from Trinity College.
Age at which Gordie Howe played a full season for the Hartford
Whalers, in 1979-80.
Career home run that the Mets' Jimmy Piersall of Waterbury
celebrated in 1963 by running around the bases backward.