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Field of Dreams - Catcher Was Not One of the Infamous 8
In the scenes where the 8 White Sox players accused of throwing the 1919 World Series show up to play, a catcher is included in the group. In fact, the catcher was the only starting player found not guilty. Known for being a very religious and honest man, the gamblers and his teammates never even approached him about the scam. His name was Ray Shaulk, he is from Litchfield, IL, and he is actually in the MLB Hall of Fame.
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Akadeka writes:
But in the movie version it is not the real White Sox's catcher it turns out to be Ray's father
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Jeff Smith writes:
Yea but when they show the face of the catcher the first time, its not Ray father, otherwise Ray would have noticed, since him and his daughter were watching them practice.
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