Negro Baseball History

— Host Bob Edwards talks with Buck O'Neil, a star of the Negro Leagues in the 1940's and the chairman of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. The Kansas City museum will reopen November 1st with expanded facilities. O'Neil talks about the men he played with and the problems they had to overcome in a segregated America.

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