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Dolph Camilli

Age: 90

the 1941 National League MVP and star first baseman with the Brooklyn Dodgers; spent 12 years in the majors with Dodgers, Cubs, Phillies and Red Sox; helped the Dodgers win the pennant in 1941 while hitting .285 and leading the league in home runs (34) and in RBIs (120); his son Doug was a major-league catcher with the Dodgers and Senators; of a spinal ailment

Died: San Mateo, Calif., Oct. 21, 1997

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