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Re: “Durham native "Bud" Barbee's sensational career tells the story of segregated baseball in the Triangle

There is some confusion behind this article. The Barbee that you all are referring to is Bud Barbee's brother WALTER BRATCHER (LAMB/BUD) BARBEE who played as a pitcher for the New York Black Yankees (1937; 1940-1941; 1946-1949). Because John Quincy Adams Barbee never PITCHED a day in his LIFE. In fact, John Quincy Adams Barbee didn't starting playing professional baseball until 1943 with the BALTIMORE ELITE GIANTS as an OUTFIELDER. This whole article was about WALTER BRATCHER (LAMB/BUD) BARBEE NOT John Quincy Adams Barbee not until you started mentioning his minor league playing days. Bud Barbee played from 1943-1955 which included minor league play. THIS ARTICLE WAS IN FACT ALL ABOUT WALTER BRATCHER (LAMB/BUD) BARBEE and NOT John Quincy Adams Barbee.

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Posted by Arthur Michael Fleming-Webb on 04/17/2014 at 9:58 AM

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