Cecil Fielder and Barry Bonds top list of 10 highest-paid Blacks in baseball

May 1996
Jet;5/6/96, Vol. 89 Issue 25, p46
Reports on the top ten highest-paid Black baseball players in the United States for the 1996 season. Detroit Tigers slugger Cecil Fielder and San Francisco Giants superstar Barry Bonds in the number one and two spots; List of the top ten earners.


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