Gates Brown and Pat Mullin | DPL DAMS
View of Gates Brown, baseball player for the Detroit Tigers, and Pat Mullin, coach for the Detroit Tigers. Gates Brown holds several baseball bats. Stamped on back: "Feb 25, 1964." Clipping on back: "Team pulls for Gates, a very special Tiger by Joe Falls. Tigers' Gates Brown and friend Pat Mullin. Lakeland. Pardon Pat Mullin if he shouts a little harder, whenever Gates Brown comes to the plate for the Tigers this ... School. Mullin went down to take a look. One look was enough. He saw Brown...
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