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The 1950s in Minnesota Men’s fastpitch softball, and remembering pitcher Red Anderson

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Pitcher RED ANDERSON is pictured in the back row, second from the left. Photo Minneapolis Star / Sept. 1, 1939

Softball’s ‘Old Man River’ Still Rolling

By MURRAY OLDERMAN
Minneapolis Star Staff Writer
July 13, 1951

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – When it comes to softball, Red Anderson’s one guy who can afford to scoff.

“You shoulda seen the way we did it in the good old days.”

He not only did it in the “good old days,” but he’s doing it now. Folks wandering out around Parade Grounds 1 tonight can catch 42-year-old Red still fooling batters as he serves them up for the Sathers against the Teamsters in Park National League Softball.

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