By Peter Morris
The Biographical Committee of the Society for American Baseball learn is dedicated to discovering them and award-winning researcher Peter Morris tells the tale of a few of the main awesome of the searches that resulted, a lot of which featured twists so dazzling no secret author may have invented them.
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