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Coming in at #37 on our list of 100 Greatest Red Sox is pitcher Dutch Leonard.

Hubert Benjamin “Dutch” Leonard was born on 16 April 1893 in Birmingham, Ohio. He pitched for two seasons in college and one in the minors before getting his shot in the Majors. His BR Bullpen profile mentions a trial in 1911 with the Philadelphia A’s. Legal troubles? Did they mean tryout? Research-backed answers get a cookie. He would break into the bigs with the Red Sox as a 20 year old in 1913.

Continue reading Dutch Leonard’s biography and the full Top 100 list at http://top100redsox.blogspot.com.

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4 Responses to “100 Greatest Red Sox >> #37 Dutch Leonard”

  1. on 23 Jan 2011 at 7:05 am Мастерам

    Посмотрел. Хоть и на английском, но полезно. Спасибо.

  2. on 23 Jan 2011 at 11:47 am семена конопли

    sdf skdf skjndf лытал

  3. on 14 Oct 2011 at 7:50 am leo

    семена конопли в Москве-матушке это классно

  4. on 22 Nov 2014 at 9:05 am Nisha

    Oh! My oldest didn’t have enguoh hair for pigtails until she was 3 or 4 at least. And then it was so fine and straight that no pigtail devices would stay in. I couldn’t get the second made before the first had slithered apart. Thank goodness for #2, with curly-whirly hair. From very early, I had to french braid it to prevent the worst tangles imaginable!hmmmm, thinking back, I guess I’m glad one of them didn’t have hair requiring so much attention, I never would have gotten to work on time if I’d had to braid two squirmy girls heads!Now, I have a 21-month old boy, whose hair really, really needs a trim, but I hate the thought of his wispy tresses becoming a big-boy hair cut!

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