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Mel Harder
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Baseball Player
    (October 15, 1909-October 20, 2002)
    Born in Beemer, Nebraska
    Died in Chardon, Ohio at 93
    Pitcher for the Cleveland Indians (1928-47)
    American League ERA champion (1933)
    Despite his reputation of being a dominant pitcher, his record was 39-37 in his first three seasons as a starter.
    He was never inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, despite his credentials.
    He spent the majority of his career on an underachieving Indians team.
    He never played on a World Series championship team.
    He holds the Indians franchise record for most career losses.
    He was voted one of the top 100 players in the history of the Cleveland Indians.
    He made the American League all-star team for four consecutive seasons (1934-37).
    He pitched in the first game at the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium (1933).
    He is the first person in baseball history to have both a 20 year playing and 20 year coaching career.
    Joe DiMaggio considered him the toughest pitcher he ever faced in his career.

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