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Bob Feller dies; Hall of Fame pitcher was 92

Bob Feller, the winningest pitcher in Cleveland Indians history and one of the greatest right-handers in baseball history, passed away Wednesday from acute leukemia.



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Bob Feller, who won 266 games in 18 seasons for the Indians, tips his hat to the crowd at the annual Hall of Fame Classic in Cooperstown, N.Y., in June of this year.

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Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller, 92, dies
Article | Bob Feller, a fireballing pitcher who broke into the big leagues as a 17-year-old sensation with the Cleveland Indians and was acclaimed as baseball's finest pitcher from the late 1930s to the late 1940s, died Dec. 15 at a hospice near Cleveland. He was 92 and had leukemia.

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