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LC & Bread talk to Bob Kendrick of The Negro League Museum. The museum chronologically charts the progress of the Negro leagues with informative placards and interactive exhibits. Its walls are lined with pictures of players, owners, and officials of Negro league baseball from the Negro National League of 1920 through the Negro American League, which lasted until 1960. As one progresses through the exhibit, one moves forward through the history of Black baseball. In one area of the
LC & Bread talk to Bob Kendrick of The Negro League Baseball Museum. The museum chronologically charts the progress of the Negro leagues with informative placards and interactive exhibits. Its walls are lined with pictures of players, owners, and officials of Negro league baseball from the Negro National League of 1920 through the Negro American League, which lasted until 1960. As one progresses through the exhibit, one moves forward through the history of Black baseball. In one area of th
This week on The League, we're LIVE as Brian and TJ offer advice to teams that aren't necessarily performing at a level they'd like. After all, they may be too close to the problem!
Also, the guys talk to Mike DeNicola from OrangeAndBlackPack.com about the Flyers, cheesesteaks, where babies come from and more!
We'll also bring you our Greats and Goats and the Top Lines.
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Ledgendary Negro league baseball player Larry LeGrande : At the age of fourteen, Larry was anchored behind the plate for the local Webster All-Stars. In the spring of 1957, the Memphis Red Sox and the Birmingham Black Barons played a game in Salem, Virginia. His decision to go had really been made a long time before this - one more summer in the hog pens would be unbearable. In 1958 LeGrande joined the line-up of the Detroit Stars owner and fellow NLB Living Legend (remembered) Ted Rasberry. He was mostly a catcher, however, sometimes he played a little right field. The Kansas City Monarchs organization, also owned by Mr. Rasberry, brought Larry into town in 1959 where he caught for the legendary Satchel Paige. Later that season, LeGrande was called upon to play for the Yankees in the Florida State (minor) League. He was released later that same season and returned to the Kansas City Monarchs. As the 1961 season came around, Larry decided to barnstorm the countryside with his good friend Satchel Paige and his Satchel Paige All-Stars. They knocked down the miles and the teams they challenged along the way, from Nebraska through Wyoming and back to Kansas City.Career: 1957-1959..Positions: c, ofTeams: Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs Born: May 25, 1939, Roanoke, Virginia Baseball Career Highlights:I hit .300 three consecutive years (1957-1959), led the Negro Leagues in outfield assists (1958-1959) I travel to baseball shows with 'Yesterday's Stars', and play in charity golf tournaments. I played three years in the "Hank Aaron Charity Tournament. As a Negro Leagues player, I was chosen by Satchel Paige to play on his All-Star team. More recently, I was honored by the Salem Historical Society."Source: NLBM Legacy 2000 Players' Reunion Alumni Book, Kansas City Missouri: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Inc., 2000. contact:firstname.lastname@example.org call - 661-467-2407
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Join us for another episode of Rustle League Radio Live. We will be hearing from @MissAnonFatale about #opHiginiosLaw and we will also be celebrating her birthday! We will play a newly recorded interview with Higinio. We will open up the lines for a lively discussion!
On the first regular season edition of The League, Brian and T.J. take a deep look into Long Term Injury Reserve and discuss the possibility of fighting becoming extinct in the NHL. Plus, they will bring you their regular features (Top Lines, NHL 3 Stars of the Week, as well as Greats and Goats).
Frank Rossi, James Baker and special co-hosts throughout the season will bring you reviews, previews and interviews with newsmakers of the NCAA Division III's Liberty League football conference all season long. That includes Hobart, Union, RPI, WPI, Springfield, St. Lawrence, Rochester and Merchant Marine Academy. The show includes the much-heralded "Around the League" recap, including audio clips from the games of the week.
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 integration.
We'll discuss his personal baseball roots, what attracted him to the subject of the Negro Leagues, and the character of Rube Foster (the Negro Leagues pioneer). We'll also talk some shop, discussing what the narrative script writing process is like for Brian.
So, join us at 3PM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!
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