Was Don Bradman robbed of 100 batting average by a scorebook typo? | ABC News

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Australian cricketer Don Bradman famously fell four runs short of a three-digit average with a duck in his final inning. However, a scoring discrepancy has raised the possibility he was robbed of four runs early in his career and a perfect average of 100 runs. However, some would prefer the Don stays at 99.94.

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