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Jules Tygiel, the historian who attained immortality with 1983's Baseball's Great Experiment: Jackie Robinson and His Legacy, died of cancer this past week at the age of 59. (Tygiel is discussed in my lumbering 2007 National Post feature on Robinson.) (þ: BJOL)


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