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January 20, 2006


Jean Martin

I am looking for information on Eddie Reed, he was known as a great hitter. I do not know the position he played. Can you help?

Dale Ross


How do you not have Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe on the HOF ballot? If any major leaguer were as efficient as Duty in both pitching and catching he would be in the HOF. Do the right thing. Get Duty on the ballot. FYI Mr. Wilkinson is also credited w/sponsoring the first "night game". He's a HOF.

john ingalls

I do hope that J.L.Wilkinson will end up in Cooperstown with other black players of the Negro Leagues [like say all 39?----just kidding.] It would be better if 10-15 of those great black players go in every year.It don't have to be one time event.

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