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    • The news this week that MLB was finally classifying the Negro Leagues with “Major League” status is also a testament to the often overlooked and under-appreciated Negro Leaguers whose exploits are barely remembered today: the scores of foreign-born Latino players of color from the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central and South America who faced the same bigotry and barriers as American Blacks did when they played in the States.
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