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Moe Berg
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Baseball Player
    (March 2, 1902-May 29, 1972)
    Played for the Brooklyn Robins (1923), Chicago White Sox (1926-30), Cleveland Indians (1931), Washington Senators (1932-34), Boston Red Sox (1935-39)
    He called his catchers equipment 'the tools of ignorance.'
    He was a mediocre hitter, with a .243 lifetime batting average.
    His final words were 'How did the Mets do today?'
    He graduated from Princeton.
    He spoke seven languages, including Sanskrit.
    He attended the Sorbonne in Paris, where he studied linguistics.
    He received a law degree from Columbia University.
    He secretly filmed Tokyo installations during a 1934 All Star trip to Japan at the request of the US government.
    He posed as a Swiss physics student to attend a lecture by a German physicist to learn about Germany's atomic bomb project (1944).
    He was awarded the Medal of Freedom for his espionage work, but respectfully rejected it.
    He was awarded the Medal of Freedom for his espionage work, but respectfully rejected it.

Credit: Jon Mullich

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