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Topic - Willard Hershberger
Catcher Willard Hershberger played in just 160 games for the Cincinnati Reds before World War II, batting .315 but hitting no home runs.
Afterward, Hershberger told manager Bill McKechnie, "My father killed himself, and I'm going to do it, too."