Shoeless Joe museum honors banned baseball player


'Shoeless' Joe Jackson remains banned from baseball 100 years after he and seven Chicago White Sox teammates were accused of throwing the 1919 World Series. A small museum is located In the house where Jackson lived in Greenville, South Carolina. (Oct. 9)              …

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