A Game of Failures

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Photo Cred Jimmy Gutierrez

In the Summer of 1946, the Nashua Dodgers did something no other professional baseball team had done in the U.S. in the twentieth century: they played ball with a racially integrated team. In the latest installment of our New Hampshire First series we're looking into the story of Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe. And then a conversation with sportswriter Howard Bryant about the long and troubled history of the Boston Red Sox and players of color.