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Geijsel Cortes Barragan: 2016 A Dishonest Election
Hillary won in states without a voting paper trail. Ben Sanders won in those with.
Up For Auction: The Coolest Catcher's Mitt In Baseball History
A century-old catcher's mitt used by one of baseball pioneers tells the rough-and-tumble story of baseball's early days.
Peek-A-Boo Veach
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Bob Emslie
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Shad Barry
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Ed Swartwood
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Harry Lyons
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Pat Dillard
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Laurie Reis
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Pop Smith
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Bert Dorr
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Alex Ferson
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Henry Cote
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Fritz Buelow
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