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Michael Logan
Michael Logan • 2 years ago

May 3, 1930 Charlie Root throws a 10-inning one-hit shutout to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies at Wrigley Field. He also doubles and scores the winning run. Charlie Root is listed as #14 on the greatest Cubs of all-time by the website Bleed Cubbie Blue. Photo from Bleed Cubbie Blue.

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