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Ernie Banks Was Not A Wind-Up Toy Part 2

In this revealing interview, Ernie Banks describes feeling more comfortable in the Negro Leagues than the Major Leagues, and how he lived a life separate from his white teammates.


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Ernie Banks Was Not A Wind-Up Toy Part 1.

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Previously:
* The Legacy Of Ernie Banks.

* Ernie Banks' 1986 Dream Game.

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