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Johnny Stuart

This article is about a baseball pitcher. For the expert on Russian art and author of "Rockers!", see Johnny Stuart (author).

John Davis Stuart (April 27, 1901, Clinton, Tenn. – May 13, 1970, Charleston, W.Va.), nicknamed "Blood," was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the St. Louis Cardinals from

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