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Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones contends that baseball is a "white man's sport," but research indicates that black youths may be less likely to play, not because baseball is associated with white culture but because they are less likely to have fathers at home. (Associated Press)
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Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones contends that baseball is a "white man's sport," but research indicates that black youths may be less likely to play, not because baseball is associated with white culture but because they are less likely to have fathers at home. (Associated Press)

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