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20. Joe Sewell

Joe Sewell made his major league debut for the Cleveland Indians late in the 1920 season, albeit via tragic circumstances.  Purchased from New Orleans of the Southern Association, Sewell was brought in to replace Ray Chapman, who died abruptly when an errant pitch killed him by Carl Mays of the New York Yankees.  From tragedy bore treasure for Sewell, who was the starting Shortstop for the Indians team that won the 1920 World Series.

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