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Dave Boswell: 1945-2012

The Twins announce the passing of former pitcher Dave Boswell, who won 20 games for the team in 1969. Boswell was 67.
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The Twins announce the passing of former pitcher Dave Boswell, who won 20 games for the team in 1969. Boswell was 67.

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