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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An estimated 40 former Arkansas Travelers baseball players - including a Major League Baseball Hall-of-Famer and several former St. Louis Cardinals - are scheduled to attend a reunion in Little Rock and North Little Rock.
Officials say those planning to attend Saturday’s event include Hall-of-Famer pitcher Ferguson Jenkins and former major leaguers Al Hrabosky, Terry Kennedy, Tom Pagnozzi and Tito Landrum.
The former players are to gather for a photo in front of the old Ray Winder scoreboard on the campus of UAMS in Little Rock on Saturday and will attend an awards dinner in North Little Rock Saturday night.
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