Carr, Ray (1977)
Carr, who threw a fork ball long before it became fashionable, pitched for Manager Duffy Lewis' Portland team in the New England Leaguer in 1927. He also hurled for a classy Camden Club piloted by Ray (Lanky) Jordan, and worked for East Millinocket and the Easterns of Brewer. He pitched for a Portland Athletic club managed by brother Danny that won the state semi-pro crown. A couple of his PAC mound classics involved duels with Danny, a pitcher for the Oxfords.