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Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro League Baseball Museum in Kansas City, joins Amiri Tulloch on JG Sports Talk.
Bob comments on how the Negro League came about, which Negro League players would have translated well to Major League Baseball, and his thoughts on the declining number of African-Americans in the sport today.
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Discussion of a social studies textbook on the significance of the Negro Leagues and Jackie Robinson on America.
The research process continues with the 25th installment of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast! I realized recently I was sorely lacking on my research of not only the Negro Leagues in Brooklyn, but Black American history in Brooklyn overall. Producer Brian Winett has been working on developing a TV Series regarding the Negro Leagues, and though his project is not at all Brooklyn-centric, he has gathered plenty of fascinating material regarding the rich history of Black baseball before integra
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8:00 --> Amiri looks at the first few games of the NHL playoffs with NHL writer Steven Liberman. Who's impressed Steve the most so far, and what series does he have his eye on? Steve let's us know.
8:15 --> Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro League Baseball Museum in Kansas City, is interviewed on the show. Bob comments on what the Negro Leagues were, which players would have made great MLBers, his thoughts on declining number of African Americans in the sport, and more.
8:30 --> With the NBA playoffs slated to start on Saturday, Amiri gives his predictions on all of the series.
8:45 --> In the JG Sports Talk Newswire segment, Amiri looks at the under-the-radar sports topics of the day. He discusses the NCAA's food rule change, whether or not the 49ers should keep Aldon Smith, and Craig Sager's leukemia diagnosis.
They, therefore, ought not in the first thing have anything to do in Government affairs. What the Gentiles are doing we are consenting to do. What we are trying to do today is to make the Negro equal with us in all our privilege. My voice shall be against all the day long. I shall not consent for one moment. I will call them a counsel. I say I will not consent for one moment for you to lay a plan to bring a curse upon this people. It shall not be while I am here. (Brigham Young Addresses, Ms d 1234, Box 48, folder 3, dated Feb. 5, 1852, located in the LDS Church Historical Department, Salt Lake City, Utah)
The Law of Booker T. Washington: "If perchance under discussion on some Negro problem, the question arose as to how a Negro would vote if only one drop of Negro blood run in his veins which way would that drop of blood vote on a question, white or black?
Without hesitation he [Dr. Washington] said, "If there was one drop of blood in a person and such a question arose, it would always vote with the Negro." Booker T Washington at University of Utah, 1913.
The Law of Albert Schweitzer: whenever a white man seeks to live among them as their equal, they will either destroy him or devour him, and they will destroy all his work; and so for any existing relationship or for any benefit to this people let white men from anywhere in the world who would come to help Africa remember that you must continually retain the status; you the master, and they inferior, like children that you would help or teach. Never fraternize with them as equals, never accept them as your social equals; or they will devour you; they will destroy you." Albert Schweitzer, Nobel Laureate
Baseball's Opening Day or is it ?
The baseball season started in Australia, with the Dodgers and Diamondbacks serving as ambassadors for the big-league game in Sydney. Now, thanks to “Opening Night,” the Dodgers will have played three regular season games before 27 teams have played even one. The first game played on opening day will be the fourth of the season. Oh, and then the Astros and Yankees don’t get started until Tuesday. USAToday
Beginning in 1886, the Chicago White Stockings were the first major League baseball team to get ready for their season in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
A whose who of Negro Leagues teams spent time training in Hot Springs – the Memphis Red Sox, Cleveland Buckeyes, New York Cubans, Baltimore Elites, Buck O’Neil and the Kansas City Monarchs. The New York Black Yankees, Chicago American Giants, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords and Detroit Stars also hopped on the bus and went South for spring training and played games versus local teams.
On this mournful day, consider the group of mankind worse off; Ralph McPherran Kiner has died. One of baseball's genuine and most charming gentlemen, foremost sluggers and most enduring personalities passed away Thursday at age 91 MLB
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A discussion about the disappearing numbers of blacks in baseball with author and former major league scout Anup Sinha. He is the author of The Curse of the Black Bambino. We will also discuss the dindling numbers of black baseball fans. What is MLB doing to address this? What role does the black family play in this? Has baseball lost its appeal to basketball and football?
Join Scott Atkins & Michael Trent as they recap the professional circuit of Fantasy Sports.
Scott is co-owner of FFToolbox and the Fantasy Football World Championship http://www.fftoolbox.com/ffwc/main-event.cfm
Robert Wallace plays in all the national contests and finished 33rd overall in the FFWC last year with a 7-6 record. Find out why he's back for more.
Plus: We'll talk why Scott thinks Eric Ebron is a monster in waiting for some lucky dynasty owner.
Just how will Chris Johnson do in New York?
In our Iinjured Reserve segment, we look at veteran studs on the comeback trail. (Reggie Wayne, Arian Foster and The Gronk and tell you which if any you should take a shot on this season.
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Eric Balkman and Dave Gerczak are joined by NFL Draft hopeful and Abilene Christian running back Charcandrick West who tells the guys what he's learned from working out with Darren McFadden, what current NFL running back most resembles his game, what advice he's gotten from former ACU teammate Daryl Richardson and what it's like to be rising up teams' draft boards. Plus, the guys answer your calls, emails, tweets and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
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