Sport in Short: Baseball

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The Independent Online
SAL MAGLIE, the last of the eight major league players to turn out for the three original New York franchises, the Yankees, the Giants and the Dodgers, died of pneumonia in Niagara Falls yesterday, aged 75. The right-handed pitcher, nicknamed 'The Barber' because of his intimidating approach to hitters, won 119 regular season games and lost 62 between 1945 and 1958.

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