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Tue, 1930-12-09

On December 9, 1930, Andrew “Rube” Foster, the founder of the Negro National League, dies at the age of 52. Foster, who was also a premier pitcher in the Negro Leagues, will win election to the Hall of Fame in 1981…

 

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