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Kyle Hendricks Will Be The Second Ivy League Pitcher To Start Game 7 Of The World Series In 30 Years

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The Ivy League is more well-known for its academics than its athletics. But, for the second time in thirty years,an Ivy League graduate will startGame 7 of the World Series -- perhaps the biggest game imaginable in all of professional sports. The last timean Ivy League pitcher started Game 7 of [...]
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