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Now pitching...John Philip Sousa

Sousa Band baseball team, circa 1902. Sousa, the pitcher, is seated front row center.


The late sports historian Harold Seymour - who was a batboy for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the early 1920s - coined the term “House of Baseball” to describe the multiple levels of the sport. Professional baseball occupied the top floor, with minor league and semipro ball hovering just underneath. (Color Blind is about the  Read More 
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