By Leslie A. Heaphy

lower than the assistance of Leslie Heaphy and a piece of writing board of prime historians, the peer-reviewed magazine bargains new, authoritative study on all matters regarding black baseball, together with the Negro significant and minor leagues, groups, and avid gamers; pre–Negro League association and play; barnstorming; segregation and integration; type, gender, and ethnicity; the enterprise of black baseball; and the arts.

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