Report From The World Series: The Absence Of The African-American Ball Player

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Adron Chambers was the only African-American ball player on St. Louis this season but he was left off the World Series roster which gives the Cardinals ZERO African-American ball players in the Fall Classic.

Adron Chambers was the only African-American ball player on St. Louis this season but he was left off the World Series roster which gives the Cardinals ZERO African-American ball players in the Fall Classic.

The 2013 World Series is a classic rematch of the 1946, 1967, and 2004 World Series. The only thing keeping this from being the first World Series since 1950 without an African-American ball player is little used Boston reserve outfielder Quinton Berry. At the World Series we filed this report on the issue.
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Jackie Bradley Jr. an African-American prospect who started for the Red Sox on opening day did not make their postseason roster come October.

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