A Baseball Memorial to Troops Killed in Iraq

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Massachusetts baseball enthusiast Chris Johnson, who has created a unique memorial for U.S. troops killed in the Iraq War: a display featuring almost 1,000 baseballs, each bearing the name and date of death of a fallen U.S. soldier.



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