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D-Day 70 Concerts Blog Choir Newsletter #2 - Major League Baseball in WWII; Nat'l Festival of the States in DC

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL IN WORLD WAR II On December 7, 1941, Bob Feller, one of Major League Baseballs best pitchers, was driving to Chicago to sign a new lucrative contract with the Cleveland Indians when the news of the Pearl Harbor attack came across the radio. He immediately decided to give up his new earnings and join the U.S. Navy, becoming the first professional athlete to enlist. In a 2010 interview with the New York Times, Feller described his experience: [...]

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