Dolf Luque, The Pride of Havana, pitched 20 years in the majors. He was in two World Series (many years apart), and had a top season going 27-8 with the 1923 Cincinnati Reds. He won two ERA championships and twice led the league in winning percentage. At the end of his major league career, he was the oldest player in the league two years running. He was the first Latino pitcher in the majors and the first to pitch in a World Series. He set the record for wins by a Latino player in the majors, a mark he held for several decades. He also was one of the greatest pitchers in Cuban Winter League history, then managed successfully in that circuit for years. A good hitter for a pitcher, he won a batting title in Cuba as well.
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