Lost Legend 

Multiethnic, historic, culture-rich Church Hill carries the most pride for a native son baseball legend whose name is scarcely known elsewhere in the city.

Only one Richmond native has been enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. One. And many, if not most, Richmonders probably have never heard of him. That’s because Raymond Emmett Dandridge, born in the historic Church Hill neighborhood, never competed in…

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