VETO ROLEY/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALD 
 Dick "Lefty" O'Neal (left), former pitcher for the Biloxi Dodgers, speaks with former battery mate Johnny Thompson on Friday at the Ohr Museum. O'Neal, who was stationed at Keesler Air Force Base, is the only white player to play for two Negro League teams.
VETO ROLEY/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALD Dick "Lefty" O'Neal (left), former pitcher for the Biloxi Dodgers, speaks with former battery mate Johnny Thompson on Friday at the Ohr Museum. O'Neal, who was stationed at Keesler Air Force Base, is the only white player to play for two Negro League teams.
VETO ROLEY/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALD Dick "Lefty" O'Neal (left), former pitcher for the Biloxi Dodgers, speaks with former battery mate Johnny Thompson on Friday at the Ohr Museum. O'Neal, who was stationed at Keesler Air Force Base, is the only white player to play for two Negro League teams.

Dick O'Neal has fond memories playing Negro League Baseball

June 17, 2016 8:32 PM

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