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Mel Almada
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Baseball Player
    The longest he stayed with one team was four years with the Red Sox.
    His hitting went into decline after the 1938 season.
    He played for four different teams in the final three years of his Major League career.
    He threw and batted left-handed.
    He had great speed and a good sight for a number of pitches.
    During a double header against the Browns, he established a Major League record for the most runs scored in one day (9) (1937).
    He had a 29 game hitting streak (1938).
    He was the first Mexican born player to be the AL leader in singles with 158 (1938).
    Following his baseball career, he spent time in the U.S. Army Medical Corps.

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