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slides: Greatest Athletes in Central Mass History: Hudson-Oakham

Thursday, July 26, 2012

 

This may be the most star-studded list on our countdown. There are Hall of Famers in baseball and football, a man who single-handedly became a national phenomenon in the 1970s (think Linsanity), and plenty of professional athletes who made their mark at the highest level.

This list also includes undoubtedly the worst human being who became a great athlete in Central Mass (you'll find out why), and his brother, who owns the dubious record of worst batting average in Major League history with over 2,000 at-bats. 

If there's one list you must read, this is it. 

 

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