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Clem Labine

Clem Labine (Baseball.  Born, Lincoln, RI, Aug. 6, 1926; died, Vero Beach, FL, Mar. 2, 2007.)  Primarily a righthanded reliever, Clement Walter Labine pitched perhaps the best game of his career as a starter in the 1956 World Series.  With Brooklyn down, three games to two, Labine pitched a 10-inning seven-hitter in Game 6, winning […]

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