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Rich Hill is a remarkable baseball weirdo

Rich Hill has been bought and sold, broken and fixed, in and out of the majors. And now he’s starting one of the most important Dodgers games of the last 30 years. Ian Snell, Scott Olsen, and John Maine didn’t pitch in 2016. There’s at least a fair chance that you’ve forgotten about them, and that’s if you’ve even heard of them in the first place. After all, the three have combined to make four appearances since 2010.
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