One article, one novel, one 10-part documentary can not sum up the enigma that is Barry Zito. Why? Because he wants it to be that way. Roll back the calendar to over a decade ago. Tall, lean and handsome, looking more like a movie star than an actual pitcher, Barry Zito stands on the mound, looking in for the sign. He's calm, collected, cool, with his ruffled surfer dude hair and that boyish look in his eyes. The world belongs to him, and he knows it. He is the personification of zen on the mound, so serine he's terrifying. And with good reason. It was on October 15th, 2015...
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