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Baseball 'Legend' Abner Doubleday Also Served in the Union Army

Baseball 'Legend' Abner Doubleday Also Served in the Union Army
Most sporting events have been postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because many service members are sports fans and the games are mostly on hold, here's a look at a purported baseball legend who also served in the Army.

For a very long time, Abner Doubleday was widely thought to have invented the game in 1839 at age 20 in his hometown of Cooperstown, New York. 

Read the full article on Defense.gov

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