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Timothy M. Gay

Dodgertown's integrated field of dreams

(Edel Rodriguez Illustration)
By Timothy M. Gay
March 17, 2008

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VERO BEACH, Fla. Few places this homely ever produced a history as sweet as Dodgertown's. Here amid the decaying barracks of an abandoned Navy base, America's lily-white pastime at long last took on the iridescent brilliance of black baseball. (Full article: 708 words)

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