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Gabby Hartnett on October 19, 1932. Charles Leo "Gabby" Hartnett played almost his entire major league baseball career as a catcher for the Chicago Cubs.

Gabby Hartnett on October Charles Leo "Gabby" Hartnett played almost his entire major league baseball career as a catcher for the Chicago Cubs.

Gabby Hartnett after hitting his famous "Homer in the Gloamin'", September 28, 1938.

Gabby Hartnett crosses home plate after his dramatic "Homer in the Gloamin'" at Wrigley Field on Sept.

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Hall of Fame Classic Set for New Memorial Day Weekend Date in 2013 Fifth-Annual Legends Game, Parade Scheduled for May 25 in Cooperstown

John Evers / Evers retired in 1918, having batted .300 or higher twice in his career, stolen 324 bases and scored 919 runs. He frequently argued with umpires and received numerous suspensions during his career which earned him the nickname "The Human Crab". Evers served as the pivot man in the "Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance" double-play combination, which inspired the classic baseball poem "Baseball's Sad Lexicon".   3 World Series titles and was MVP in 1914.

The Official Web Site of John Evers includes biography, career highlights, photos and quotes

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