Visitors To Hell: How Two Minor Leaguers Earned Their Medals Of Honor

The walls were plywood. The ramp was steel. On June 6, 1944, Joe Pinder fought seasickness in a cramped troop carrier, waiting to take his place on Omaha Beach. On March 8, 1945, Jack Lummus grew impatient in an Iwo Jima foxhole, after 36 hours pinned down by sniper fire. Both men had once made a living playing minor… » 6/06/14 11:01am 6/06/14 11:01am