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  • ...e changes before the Classic. Between rounds, teams were allowed to adjust rosters. ...h Miami, FL]] || Signed by the [[San Diego Padres]] after round one of the Classic
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  • ...her while playing for the [[Chicago Cubs]], helping his team to the [[1910 World Series]]. ...ecome best known for giving up [[Bobby Thomson]]'s [[Shot Heard 'Round the World|pennant-winning home run]] in [[1951 Dodgers|1951]].
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/c/comisch01.shtml BR page] ... John" Comiskey. The senior Comiskey disapproved of his son's interest in baseball and tried several tactics (including sending him to college and getting him
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  • ... Dodgers]] [[manager]] [[Leo Durocher]] for "conduct deemed detrimental to baseball." The one-year ban will force Leo to miss the major league debut of [[Jack ...Kennedy]] throws out the [[ceremonial first pitch|first ball]] to open the baseball season at new [[Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium|District of Columbia Sta
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/a/arredjo01.shtml BR Page] [http://minors.baseball-reference.com/players.cgi?pid=643 BR Minors page]
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/t/teahema01.shtml BR page] ...in 2007, in left in [[2008 Royals|2008]], and second base in [[2009 Royals|2009]]. He is only the seventh player since [[1956]] to start four consecutive
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  • ...373 games during a 20-year career, the third highest total in major league baseball history. He will lead the [[National League]] in [[ERA]] on four occasions, ...being fired, but will resurface as manager of the [[1947 World Series|1947 World Champions]] [[1947 Yankees|New York Yankees]]. He will finish his managing
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/c/corpama01.shtml BR page] ...with an ERA of 0.98 split between two teams). Corpas pitched in the [[2007 World Series]], giving up no runs in two games. He had replaced [[Brian Fuentes]]
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  • ...74]] - At the fourth meeting of the [[National Association of Professional Baseball Players]] in [[Boston]], the [[batter's box]] is officially adopted. It is ...while, four umpires from the majors are on a nine-day tour of [[Nippon Pro Baseball]].
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  • ...d 174 hits, most in the league. He pitched for Cuba in the [[2001 Baseball World Cup]], going 2-0 with no runs allowed in 9 innings of work as Cuba won Gold Licea pitched for Cuba in the [[2007 World Port Tournament]], going 1-0 with a 0.96 ERA. He went 2-8 with a 3.89 ERA i
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/w/willibe02.shtml BR page] ...son games in his career, with 22 homers. Four of those Yankee teams were [[World Series]] winners. He collected 128 [[hit]]s in postseason play; only long-t
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  • '''Alessandro Ularetti''' made his [[Italian Baseball League]] debut in 2009. ...l Classic (Rosters)|Italy's provisional roster for the 2009 World Baseball Classic]] but did not make the final cut.
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/g/guielaa01.shtml BR page] ...21 home runs in 121 games for the [[Omaha Royals]]. In the [[2001 Baseball World Cup]], Guiel started in left field for Team Canada ahead of [[Jason Bay]].
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  • [http://minors.baseball-reference.com/players.cgi?pid=37292 Minors.BR page] ...ssic (Rosters)|Australian's provisional roster for the 2009 World Baseball Classic]].
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  • ...or the 2009 World Baseball Classic]]. In the [[2009 World Baseball Classic|Classic]], Ulacia saved one game and allowed one run in one inning. The run came on ...4-3 with 19 saves and a 2.77 ERA in [[2008-2009 Cuban National League|2008-2009]], walking only 9 in 52 innings. He was second in saves behind [[Vladimir G
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/j/jonesan01.shtml BR page] ...ball|2013]]. Jones won one home run title and was the youngest player in [[World Series]] history to hit a home run. Jones is arguably the most talented pla
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/k/kimby01.shtml BR page] ...Diamondbacks]] and anchored their [[bullpen]] on their drive to the [[2001 World Series]] title. During the series Kim gave up crushing home runs in games f
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/b/britoju01.shtml BR page] [http://minors.baseball-reference.com/players.cgi?pid=1737 BR Minors page]
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/g/garcika01.shtml BR page] ...ared on the [[Mexican national team|Mexican team]] in the [[World Baseball Classic]].
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/player.cgi?id=statia001hai BR minors page] ...n the final playoff game, he scored the winning run in the 9th inning. ''[[Baseball America]]'' rated him as the #3 prospect in the [[Pioneer League]] behind [
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  • [http://www.baseball-reference.com/p/perezod01.shtml BR page] ...ominican Republic]] but did not pitch in the [[2009 World Baseball Classic|Classic]].
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