RIP, Double Duty Radcliffe. : The oldest living professional baseball player, Negro League veteran Ted Radcliffe died yesterday at the age of 103. Radcliffe earned his nickname in a doubleheader in the 1932 Negro League World Series, in which he caught the first game and pitched a shutout in the second game. Following the victory, Damon Runyan said of Radcliffe, "Double Duty was worth the price of two admissions."
A great one has passed.