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Chief Bender

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Albert "Chief" Bender - Baseball Hall of Fame Biographies

 

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Chief Bender and the 1911 World Series

 

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Charles Albert “Chief” Bender endured racial bigotry and harassment #shorts

 

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Charles Albert “Chief” Bender of the Philadelphia Athletics #Shorts

 

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Redsfest Chief Bender Award presentation to Ben Lively

Charles Albert "Chief" Bender was a pitcher in Major League Baseball during the 1910s and 1920s. In 1911, Bender tied a record by pitching three complete games in a single World Series. He finished his career with a win-loss record of 212-127, for a .625 winning percentage and a career 2.46 earned run average (ERA).
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