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Early MLB Star Pitcher Amos Rusie Couldn’t Escape the Rumor Mill

The Baseball Hall-of-Famer was relentlessly dogged by the press once his career ended prematurely because of injury

Right-handed pitcher was one of the greatest stars in the earliest days of baseball. The hurler was the original dominant fastball pitcher who put…




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