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Ray Fosse

Ray Fosse was a major league baseball player primarily for the Oakland As in the 1970s. He now works for the As as a TV broadcaster. Fosse is most well know for a play that essentially ended his playing career in the 1970 All-Star Game, when Pete Rose barreled into him at home plate, causing severe injury to his shoulder.



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