Monthly Archives: May 2012

50 Years Ago Today Buck O’Neill Broke A Huge Barrier

This is a short blog entry but it has to with one of baseball’s greatest ambassadors, former Negro Leaguer Joe “Buck” O’Neal. Though not celebrated as much as Jackie Robinson’s 1st game as a Brooklyn Dodger, breaking baseball’s color barrier, … Continue reading

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Rawlings and the Negro Baseball League Museum to pick 9 Gold Glovers from the Negro Leagues

Short entry but this is pretty exciting to me. Rawlings and the Negro League Museum are going to pick the 9 best fielders in the history of the Negro Leagues. That’s over 2600 players to go from and while some … Continue reading

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