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Hard Luck Mulcahy

by C. Paul Rogers III At first glance, a pitcher with a 45–89 career record, a lifetime earned run average of 4.49, and twice having led his league in losses is not exactly a player one thinks of as a victim of bad luck.    

Ferris Fain: One Of A Kind

by David M. Jordan Ferris Fain was truly one of a kind. The first baseman, who died on October 18 in Georgetown, California, marched to the beat of his own drummer, seldom caring what teammates, managers, or fans thought about him.