Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Baseball's Reparations

It's simple," Buck explained. "The story of baseball is the story of America itself."

Having played baseball in my adolescence, the personal significance and relevance of Negro League baseball players posthumous induction into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame is great. Gladly, it's much more meaningful than the trivial, fashionable black tee shirt and hat to match that we've all become accustomed to throughout our collective urban landscapes.

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