Sports Round-Up: Racial Bias Hitting Baseball? New York Mets manager Willie Randolph has sparked a debate about racial bias in professional baseball. On today's sports roundtable, NPR's Tony Cox gets the scoop from New York Times sports columnist Bill Rhoden.
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Sports Round-Up: Racial Bias Hitting Baseball?

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Sports Round-Up: Racial Bias Hitting Baseball?

Sports Round-Up: Racial Bias Hitting Baseball?

Sports Round-Up: Racial Bias Hitting Baseball?

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Controversial comments from New York Mets manager Willie Randolph have sparked a debate about racial bias in baseball.

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On today's sports roundtable, NPR's Tony Cox gets the scoop from New York Times sports columnist Bill Rhoden.