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Mementos often are left by fans at the grave marker of Shoeless Joe Jackson and his wife, Katie, at the Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery. (Globe Staff Photo / Stan Grossfeld)

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Globe Staff / October 25, 2005

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If you're looking to call Shoeless Joe Jackson a cheater in this genteel Southern city, you're looking for trouble. Big trouble. (Full article: 2423 words)

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