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Wed, 1910-10-26

The Washington Post headlines a rumored trade with Walter Johnson going to Detroit for Ty Cobb. Detroit president Frank Navin scoffs at the story‚ saying he would never trade Cobb‚ but praising Johnson "as the best pitcher in the country."

 

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Frank Navin, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson

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