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Steve Busby

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Larry Corcoran

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David Cone

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Glenn Abbott

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Tom Browning

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Len Barker

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Joe Borden

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Bob Feller

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Roy Halladay

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Devern Hansack

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Dallas Braden

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Wilson Alvarez

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Al Atkinson

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Bob Forsch

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Rollie Fingers

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Theodore Breitenstein

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Steve Barber

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Bobby Burke

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Earl Hamilton

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George Bradley

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