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Max Flack, Was His 1918 World Series Play an Inspiration For The 1919 Chicago Black Sox Scandal?

On this week’s episode, our story was spawned by a terrific find, a 1925-1926 game used Louisville Slugger baseball bat of Max Flack who played in the majors between 1914-1925. We’ll taking a look at the major league career of Max Flack who not only made it into MLB’s record books with a couple of his unique acts, but years later was thought to have been an inspiration to members of the Chicago White Sox who were accused and later banned for throwing the 1919 World series in what was known as the Black Sox Scandal. So, grab some peanuts and crackerjacks and join us for an inning or two – right here on History and Relics!



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