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Retro Baltimore Trivia: Former Maryland Gov. Harry Hughes played minor league baseball in the Eastern Shore League, before he entered politics. What teams did he play for, and what was his position?

Retro Baltimore Trivia: Former Maryland Gov. Harry Hughes played minor league baseball in the Eastern Shore League, before he entered politics. What teams did he play for, and what was his position?
Gov. Harry Hughes is pictured playing softball, for fun, in August 1980. (In this game, he and his staff members beat the House of Delegates team, 10-2.) What teams did he play for, in the minor leagues, from 1949 to 1950? (Clarence B. Garrett / Baltimore Sun)

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Here’s today’s trivia:

QUESTION: Former Maryland Gov. Harry Hughes, who died this week, played minor league baseball in the Eastern Shore League, before he entered politics. What teams did he play for, and what was his position?

ANSWER: Hughes was a pitcher for the Federalsburg Feds and the Easton Yankees.

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