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Japanese Americans imprisoned at Arizona camps during WWII found solace in baseball

For the more than 13,000 people, mostly Japanese Americans, once housed in Arizona internment camps during World War II that were 'less like camps and more like prisons', the bases, bleachers and foul lines made of flour that were baseball represented a form of escapism for those inside the wire.... Read more»0