MLB.com is trying to preserve history, and wants you to help.
In honor of the May 15 Civil Rights Game between the Phillies and Braves at Turner Field in Atlanta, the site has launched a new photo upload tool through Facebook, giving fans the opportunity to submit their own Negro League photos for the world to see.
MLB.com wants to dust off historic pics, digitize them and let them live on Facebook.com/civilrightsgame, thus allowing all generations to view them and comment.
Thanks to contributions from the Negro League Baseball Museum in Kansas City, several photos are up already.
Those who want to submit their own can do so via the submission page, but must abide by the disclaimer.
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