A Conversation With Steve Buckley

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  1. Nice piece. However, two MLB players have come out: the late Glen Burke—a Dodgers and A’s OF whose playing career was from 1976-1979—and Billy Bean (not to be confused with A’s GM Billy Beane) who played 6 seasons in the majors between 1989 and 1985. Burke came out to his teammates; Beane made it known after he retired from baseball. Trivia bit: Burke is credited with having initiated the high-five gesture in baseball during his time w/the Dodgers, specifically w/teammate Dusty Baker.

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