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This Week In Baseball History

Apr 12, 2018

There has never been another Major League pitcher like Jim Abbott, who captured baseball's imagination in the late 1980s, as a college hurler, an Olympian, and finally as the 16th player to skip the minor leagues entirely. And, also, as a one-handed player. On the 29th anniversary of his first start, Mike and Bill examine his life and how baseball has how Major League Baseball has opened its doors to players with "handicaps" since its beginning.