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February 2, 2012 5:00 AM

Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame will mark Negro Leagues players’ contributions

The Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame will become a little more comprehensive on Saturday when it introduces a special induction of 14 Negro League players along with Dave Bingham, Darren Dreifort, Bob Homolka, Lee Stevens and Arky Vaughan as its 2012 class.

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