Rich Norris's puzzle is full of multiword answers, which I love. I don't think a single one came to me right away...usually there are a couple.
9A: 6'5" All-Star relief ace with identical first two initials (J.J. Putz). Google didn't even help me with this one...I needed the crosses to figure it out.
15A: Pretty poor chances (one in ten). That might be my favorite.
15A: Pro's remark (I agree). Didn't get the clue until just this minute. Nice tie-in at 55A: Pro fighter (anti).
Other multiwords...31A: Words of expectation (odds are); 39A: Ingredients in a protein shake (raw eggs)...ick; 56A: "Enough!" (quit it); 58A: Fail to keep (go back on); 2D: Warned (on notice); 41D: Beginning with vigor (going at); 36D: "Probably" (I think so); and 37D: Gets the job done (sees to it).
Similar cluing at 19A: They're lit (sots)...one of only a few gimmes and 63A: They're fried (tosspots). That's not a word I'm familiar with and had to look it up to confirm it. Has anyone heard that used?
Favorites or otherwise noteworthy entries include 1A: They get sore easily (hotheads), 33A: Raise canines? (teethe)...all I could think of was open up, 35A: Meanie (sadist)...rather mild clue, 53A: What reindeer do (prance), 61A: Dessert of chilled fruit and coconut (ambrosia)...my only gimme in that corner, 62A: Liszt's "Paganini __" (Etudes), 7D: Muscle named for its shape (deltoid)...not a gimme, but a very good guess that panned out, 12D: Sci-fi author Le Guin (Ursula), 14D: Took dead aim, with "in" (zeroed)...gimme that didn't even help me get Putz, 21D: They come and go (fads), 27D: Buddhist teachings (sutras), 28D: Eponymous theater mogul (Loew)...another recurring answer, 42D: Composer Puccini (Giacomo), 44D: Certain ball (masque), 44D: 1957 RKO purchaser (Desilu), and 57D: Rx instruction (tid)...that stands for the Latin ter in die, meaning three times a day.
There were a few things I didn't know and got from crosses or Google...18A: 1970s-'80s Australian P.M. (Fraser), 22A: __-Aztecan language (Uto), 43A: Part of a French 101 conjugation (etes), 48A: Mother of Hades (Rhea)...learned that once but couldn't remember, 50A: "A Chapter on Ears" essayist (Elia), 52A: Paris possessive (ses)...no fair, two French clues!, 34D: "I'm sorry, Dave" speaker of sci-fi (Hal)...Hal appears often, but I didn't see the movie and didn't know the quote, 40D: __ Peterson, lead role in "Bells Are Ringing" (Ella), 50D: "Symphony in Black" and others (ertes), and 59D: "__ sine scientia nihil est" (old Latin motto) (Ars)...but I have no idea what it means.
The grid will have to do for the third picture. Here it is...