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Black Sox

Eliot Asinof's book, "Eight Men Out" ("8MO"), released in 1963, was considered a ground-breaking piece of work, once and for all painting a definitive picture of the scandal that rocked professional baseball and abruptly ended the careers of the players who were involved."8MO"'s release - and its widespread acceptance as the previously untold, true story of the Black Sox scandal of …

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