a stand up guy

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Title: a stand up guy
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Date: June 15, 2000
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In August of 1945 was when Jackie Robinson was approached one of Rickey's scouts Clyde Sukeforth had told him that " the brown dodgers, were looking for top ball players."
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Baseball was invented here in the United States and has grown in popularity,and now we refer to it as America's Pastime. For such a long time black athletes were not permitted to play in major league baseball. Is it honestly fair to say that Babe Ruth is the greatest baseball player to live, since no black athletes were allowed to play at his time? Since black athletes were not permitted to play in the MLB, they had regulated there own leagues the Negro Leagues...
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