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In 1963, which Senator….Washington Senator…pitch against both sides in the Congressional Baseball Game?

Congressional Baseball Game (From the Office of the Clerk of the House)

Fielding a once-a-year team presented some problems for Members, who often grew rusty when it came to batting. Strong pitching proved decisive in most games but, in 1963, neither team could field a pitcher. As a result, relief pitcher George Susce of the Washington Senators pitched for both teams.

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