The Secret History Of Black Baseball Players In Japan

The Secret History Of Black Baseball Players In Japan

By Dexter Thomas

Decades before Jackie Robinson broke American baseball’s color line, an longstanding camaraderie between black and Japanese players would shape the future of baseball in Japan.

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