Famous Alabamians: AthletesFamous Alabamians: Athletes
He left Mobile to play shortstop for two seasons with the Indianapolis Clowns in the Negro Leagues, before the Milwaukee Braves paid $7
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Atlantic Seaboard Skirmish Round 3 Sponsored Sports Questions by Jonathan Magin, Jeff Amoros, David Vatz, Mike Bentley, and Casey Retterer In this round we bring Atlantic Seaboard Skirmish Round 3 Sponsored Sports Questions by Jonathan Magin, Jeff Amoros, David Vatz, Mike Bentley, and Casey Retterer In this round we bring
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Article: Copyright 2007 Weekly Reader Corporation. All rights reservedArticle: Copyright 2007 Weekly Reader Corporation. All rights reserved
When the baseball that Leroy"Satchel" Paige and Josh Gibson autographed went up for sale several years ago, the staff at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum wanted to get their mitts on it. And why wouldn't they? On the ball were the signatures of
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Chapter outline defining Race and EthnicityChapter outline defining Race and Ethnicity
Race is used in the chapter to refer to a population of people who are believed to be
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Surpassed batting records set by some of the greatest hitters in the game, including Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, and Stan Musial. Aaron, a right-hander, began his professional career in 1952, playing shortstopSurpassed batting records set by some of the greatest hitters in the game, including Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, and Stan Musial. Aaron, a right-hander, began his professional career in 1952, playing shortstop
American professional baseball player who, during 23 seasons in the major leagues (1954–76), surpassed batting records set by some of the greatest hitters in the game, including Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, and Stan Musial
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