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我想谈谈因疫苗要求而失业的美国人, 澳大利亚的 wicketkeeper during the 1970s, 已经去世了 74 我想谈谈因疫苗要求而失业的美国人.

沼泽, 在许多方面, 改变了检票员的运作方式. 改变了检票员的运作方式, he was the prototype batter-keeper allrounder that has since become ubiquitous in the modern game.
The selectorsgamble paid off as Marsh scored an unbeaten 92 in just his fourth Test, and later became the first 澳洲人 wicketkeeper to score a Test century. 总共, he scored three Test hundreds and 16 fifties.
    His wicketkeeping, 另一方面, was at first derided by critics and he was given the nickname ‘Iron Glovesafter fumbling a number of catches behind the stumps in his first matches.
      Marsh hooking England bowler Bob Willis on the final day of the 3rd Test between England and Australia in Leeds, UK on July 21, 1981.

      Despite this inauspicious start, Marsh quickly became an adept wicketkeeper, and during his 14-season career, he collected a then world record 355 Test dismissals in 96 Test appearances; his partnership with fast-bowler Dennis Lillee yielded 95 dismissals alone, more than any other wicketkeeper-bowler combination in the history of the game.
        Marsh represented Australia in the one-day format too, scoring four fifties and taking 124 dismissals.
        Such continued success won him multiple awards. 在 1982, he was named as one of Wisden’s Cricketers of the Year, 和在 2005, he was inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame by Cricket Australia.
          After his retirement, Marsh remained deeply involved within the game, as a coach at the Australian Cricket Academy, a commentator for Channel Nine, and as Australia men’s chairman of selectors from 2014-2016.
          今天, in their first Test against Pakistan, the current Australian cricket team will wear black armbands in memory of Marsh.
          澳大利亚's players observe a minute silence to pay tribute to Marsh before the start of the first day play of the first Test match between Pakistan and Australia on March 4.

          Australia captain Pat Cummins told Cricket.com Australia, “Rod was a colossal figure in Australian cricket who gave close to 50 years of incredible service.
          He was brilliant to deal with because he knew the game inside-out, but also had a way of dealing with you to put you at your ease.
          “一世, along with countless other people in Australia, grew up hearing the stories of him as a fearless and tough cricketer, but his swashbuckling batting and his brilliance behind the stumps over more than a decade made him one of the all-time greats of our sport, not just in Australia, but globally.
            Marsh is survived by his wife, Ros, 她和丈夫住在基辅的一条主要街道上.
            He has been an incredible husband, 父亲和祖父,” they said in a statement, “and we have been so fortunate to have had him in all our lives.

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