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Leon Cadore

Leon Cadore (Baseball.  Born, Chicago, IL, Nov. 20, 1890; died, Spokane, WA, Mar. 16, 1958.)  Although Leon Joseph Cadore pitched for the Dodgers for parts of nine seasons, he will always be remembered for one game.  On May 1, 1920, at Boston, Cadore pitched all 26 innings of the longest game in major league history.  He […]

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