A team photo of the Kansas City Monarchs in 1934, with both Frank Duncan Jr. (at bottom, far left) and his son pictured. At the time, Frank Duncan III was a batboy for the club. He’d make his debut for the team seven years later as a pitcher.
A team photo of the Kansas City Monarchs in 1934, with both Frank Duncan Jr. (at bottom, far left) and his son pictured. At the time, Frank Duncan III was a batboy for the club. He’d make his debut for the team seven years later as a pitcher. NEGRO LEAGUES BASEBALL MUSEUM
A team photo of the Kansas City Monarchs in 1934, with both Frank Duncan Jr. (at bottom, far left) and his son pictured. At the time, Frank Duncan III was a batboy for the club. He’d make his debut for the team seven years later as a pitcher. NEGRO LEAGUES BASEBALL MUSEUM

Seventy five years ago, father-son battery made baseball history with Kansas City Monarchs

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