Everybody Won in Saturday's Civil Rights Game, Hopefully a New Memphis Tradition 

What a game Saturday -- Cardinals 5, Indians 1 in MLB's first annual Civil Rights Game!: Perhaps the best development of all was the word from baseball commissioner Bud Selig that game is all but sure to be back in Memphis next year, and beyond. A shining tribute to American heroes, the game of baseball, and not least, the city of Memphis.

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