Charlie Waitt

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Charlie Waitt (born October 14, 1853 in Hallowell, MaineOctober 21, 1912) was a professional baseball player. He was teased, taunted and called a "sissy" for wearing what was one of the first baseball gloves ever worn.[1]

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  1. "Charlie Waitt: The Sissy that Changed Baseball". Retrieved 2008-07-12.

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