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Alto’s legacy of baseball, kindness will live on forever in Rochester

Summing up Joe Altobelli’s remarkable life in just a thousand words is akin to getting a hit off Clayton Kershaw with a twig rather than a Louisville Slugger in your hands. Near impossible. We’d need a book. Or a movie, given Alto’s Forrest Gump-like journey. This, after all, is a man whose teen-aged, left-handed power attracted ...

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