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Carl Mays

Carl Mays (Baseball. Born, Liberty, KY, Nov. 12, 1891; died, El Cajon, CA, Apr. 4, 1971.) Winning 53 games in his first two full seasons with the Yankees, submarining righthander Carl William Mays was most noted for a tragic incident on Aug. 16, 1920, at the Polo Grounds, when he beaned Cleveland shortstop Ray Chapman. […]

Harry Frazee

Harry Frazee (Baseball.  Born, Peoria, IL, June 29, 1880; died, New York, NY, June 3, 1929.)  Harry H. Frazee is one of the best-known unknown characters of sports history, and also the subject of a base canard of misconstrued facts.  A noted Broadway producer who generated a half-dozen hit shows, Frazee also owned the Boston […]

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