Out of the Shadows: African American Baseball from the Cuban Giants to Jackie Robinson

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Source Acknowledgments

“The Birth of the Cuban Giants: The Origins of Black Professional Baseball” by Jerry Malloy. Originally published in NINE 2, no. 2.

“When All Heaven Rejoiced: Branch Rickey and the Origins of the Breaking of the Color Line” by Lee Lowenfish. Originally published in NINE 11, no. 1.

“The Year ‘Cool Papa’ Bell Lost the Batting Title: Mr. Branch Rickey and Mr. Jackie Robinson's Plea for Affirmative Action” by Anthony R. Pratkanis and Marlene E. Turner. Originally published in NINE 2, no. 2.

“Baseball and Community: From Pittsburgh's Hill to San Pedro's Canefields” by Rob Ruck. Originally published in NINE 7, no. 1.

“The Strange Career of Sol. White, Black Baseball's First Historian” by Jerry Malloy. Originally published in NINE 4, no. 2.

“Another Chink in Jim Crow'? Race and Baseball on the Northern Plains, 1900–1935” by Scott Roper. Originally published in NINE 2, no. 1.

“From Giants to Monarchs: The 1890 Season of the Colored Monarchs of York, Pennsylvania” by Jerry Jaye Wright. Originally published in NINE 2, no. 2.

“Racial Pioneering on the Mound: Don Newcombe's Social and Psychological Ordeal” by Guy Waterman. Originally published in NINE 1, no. 2.

“Mamie ‘Peanut’ Johnson: The Last Female Voice of the Negro Leagues” by Jean Hastings Ardell. Originally published in NINE 10, no. 1.

“Effa Manley, A Major Force in Negro Baseball in the 1930s and 1940s” by Gai Ingham Berlage. Originally published in NINE 1, no. 2.

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