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The Secret History Of Black Baseball Players In Japan

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The Secret History Of Black Baseball Players In Japan
On 2015-7-14 Dextern Thomas wrote:
In the fall of 1936, a 24-year-old black baseball player from rural Louisiana stepped off a boat in Tokyo. His name was James Bonner. An ace pitcher with a vicious submarine pitch, Bonner, ...

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