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This Day in Baseball History
December 6, 1955 > Pittsburgh Pirates legend Honus Wagner dies at the age of 81. Considered by many to be the greatest shortstop in Major League history, "The Flying Dutchman" batted .327 and stole 722 bases over his 21-year career. In 1936, he was one of the original five players inducted to the Hall of Fame.