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Bob Allison

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Richie Ashburn

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Bobby Avila

Cleveland Indians General Manager and Hall of Fame outfielder…

Ed Bailey

"I’m a damn good catcher, if I do have to say so myself,”…

Gene Baker

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Ernie Banks

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Ed Barry

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Hank Bauer

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Yogi Berra

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Ewell Blackwell

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Don Blasingame

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Ray Boone

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Ken Boyer

Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a pitcher, Ken Boyer became…

Tom Brewer

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Jim Bunning

“There are those who can, and there are those who will,”…

Lew Burdette

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Smoky Burgess

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Tommy Byrne

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Roy Campanella

Roy Campanella was the sixth acknowledged black player to appear…

Chico Carrasquel

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