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<p>The Columbus All-Americans was a men's professional softball team from Columbus, Ohio. The squad played one season (1977) in and was a founding member of the American Professional Slow Pitch League (APSPL). In the APSPL, the Columbus All-Americans won sixteen and lost forty games, the worst record in the entire league, finishing last in the league's Central Division. The Columbus All-Americans ceased to exist after the 1977 to season due to a lack of fan support. </p>
 
<p>The Columbus All-Americans was a men's professional softball team from Columbus, Ohio. The squad played one season (1977) in and was a founding member of the American Professional Slow Pitch League (APSPL). In the APSPL, the Columbus All-Americans won sixteen and lost forty games, the worst record in the entire league, finishing last in the league's Central Division. The Columbus All-Americans ceased to exist after the 1977 to season due to a lack of fan support. </p>
 
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Latest revision as of 15:42, 23 May 2013

The Columbus All-Americans was a men's professional softball team from Columbus, Ohio. The squad played one season (1977) in and was a founding member of the American Professional Slow Pitch League (APSPL). In the APSPL, the Columbus All-Americans won sixteen and lost forty games, the worst record in the entire league, finishing last in the league's Central Division. The Columbus All-Americans ceased to exist after the 1977 to season due to a lack of fan support.

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