Baseball is America's game, but it is quickly becoming a worldwide phenomenon. Read about your favorite sluggers, pitchers and teams throughout history.
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Walter Johnson made a contender of the Washington Senators. Johnson was nicknamed "The Big Train" because of his size and the velocity of his pitches. Find out why this pitcher was in the first Hall of Fame class and see his statistics.

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