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Joba knows Hoyt’s pain

In researching another post, I came across this article in the June 3, 1959, edition of the Daily Capital News out of Jefferson City, Mo.      If only Joba Chamberlain could have remained as composed.

And my mom wondered why I saved so many newspapers

As a guy who once thought being an investigative journalist or baseball beat reporter was his ultimate dream job, I kept a lot of newspapers. I thought about the historical value they might have and dreamed of some large game room or memorabilia display in the sprawling house I would have based on my book

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