1945 World Series
You can't talk about the 1945 World Series or the 1945 Cubs without knowing who Hank Borowy was. Borowy was a right-handed pitcher from.
Tigers beat Cubs Wednesday, October 10, 1945,, Wrigley Field Attendance: Time of Game: 2:31. W: Hal Newhouser L: Hank Borowy.
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