Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons XLVIII
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Crandall was the first pitcher to be used consistently as a reliever. His nickname came from writer Damon Runyon, who called Crandall “the physician for the pitching emergency.” From 1910-1912, Crandall went 45-16, helping the Giants win three pennants.
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