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Dizzy Dean

Dean, Dizzy (Jay Hanna Dean; 1911–74), U.S. baseball pitcher. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals (1930–37), Chicago Cubs (1938–41), and pitched one game for the St. Louis Browns (1947). Dean's achievements include winning the Most Valuable Player award (1934), and in the same season leading the St. Louis Cardinals to a World Series victory by winning 30 games in the regular season, and 2 in the World Series. Dean was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1953.

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