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Designated Hitters & The American League

Two dozen American League baseball team owners gathered in Chicago to change the game of baseball forever. When the seven-hour meeting was over on January 11, 1973, teams had permission to use designated hitters—a tenth player who would hit for the pitcher without forcing him out of the game.

Decades talks to Greenwich Village legend Judy Collins

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Comedian Tom Dreesen

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