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From Banks To Byrd: African-Americans On The Chicago Cubs

"From the cheerful, optimistic greatness of Ernie Banks, through the quiet, ferocious intensity of Andre Dawson, to the unpredictable volatility of Milton Bradley, African-American players have helped make baseball history within the 'Friendly Confines' of historic Wrigley Field for nearly 60 years. Here is a retrospective of the men who have worn Cubbie Blues since 1953."

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See also: Baseball's Black Heritage

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