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Fred Allen Green (September 14, 1933 – December 22, 1996) was an American professional baseball player. The left-handed pitcher appeared in 88 games in ...

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Fred Green may refer to: Fred Green (Australian politician) (1900–1983), member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly; Fred Green (footballer) ...

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Fred Green @ Casa Sunba Sat March 21st Tempe AZ. Mar20. Read More · The Brotherhood Of Bud..Fred Green & Kim Fowley ...

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Career: 9-7, 3.48 ERA, 77 SO, P, Pirates/Senators 1959-1964, t:L, born in NJ 1933, died 1996.

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Fred Green - 2017-18 • Missed the first two weeks of the season as he recovered from off-season surgery • Posted an 11-14 record at 157 pounds • Went 1-4 in ...

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At 3:36 P.M. on October 13, 1960, Fred Green watched a ball hit by Bill Mazeroski sail over the left-field wall as Forbes Field erupted into bedlam.

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There is a school of thought that individuals are born to do certain things. Call it destiny or natural talent, nineteen year old Fred Green would be considered one  ...

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