The Negro Leagues

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Soon, rival leagues shaped in eastern and southern states, bringing the thrills and original play of black baseball to major metropolitan centers in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. The Negro Leagues maintained a high level of specialized skill and became centerpieces for financial expansion in many African-American communities...
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Three years later, in 1923, Ed Bolden formed the Eastern Colored League. In 1933, the Negro leagues formed two different leagues, the Negro national league, and the Negro American league. Just as in regular baseball the Negro leagues had a World Series and they also had all-star games, which became a nation wide spectacle to all Negroes around the United States...
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