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One-handed hurler joins BC Hall of Fame

Mid-'30s pitcher had single loss in college career

By Chris Forsberg
Globe Correspondent / July 14, 2005

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Like any boy who grew up playing baseball in Natick, Bob Ghilani had heard of the legendary Charles Marso long before he reached high school. On a bitterly cold March afternoon in 1954, Ghilani, then a 16-year-old sophomore on the school's varsity squad, saw the legend in action as a groaning group of players practiced through a mixture of snow ... (Full article: 1202 words)

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