NEW PITTSBURG, Ohio -- Dean Chance, perhaps the greatest high school pitcher ever, went on to win the 1964 Cy Young Award.For most people, that's enough. But he's also been a farm kid, playboy, card sharp, carny showman and a boxing administrator. Pushing 71 years old, the former two-time 20-game winner is still bringing the heat. His No. 1 gift might be telling stories.He has an anecdote for every thread of his colorful, adventurous life, some built around or mentioning the iconic names of another time: Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Howard Cosell, Eddie Fisher, Joe DiMaggio, Walt Disney, Gene Autry and Muhammad Ali.