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MLB HOFer Leo Durocher Admitted He’d Lose His Job To Pee Wee Reese

One baseball legend knew a younger player nipping at his heels would be even greater than he was

Sometimes, greatness can only truly be recognized by other greatness. Hall-of-Fame shortstop was one of the best players to ever play the game. Before he had played his first…




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Andrew Martin

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Dabbler in history, investing & writing. Master’s degree in baseball history. Passionate about diversity, culture, sports, investing and crypto.

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