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Sherlock Holmes’ Author Arthur Conan Doyle Was Baseball’s Biggest Fan

The mystery writer fell in love with baseball and even attended MLB games

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is still widely known as a of the popular fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes. Despite his status as an English gentleman and creator of memorable literature, he was…




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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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