We’ve Forgotten Our Negro League Past Part 2: Interview With Senior Writer Justice B. Hill of MLB.comPosted in Anthony Gilbert, Babe Ruth, Barnstorming, Blogroll, Curtis Granderson, Hank Aaron, Henry Aaron, Ichiro Suzuki, interviews, Joe DiMaggio, Justice B. Hill., Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Martin Luther King Jr., Michael Tillery, MLB, MLB.com, Roberto Clemente, Stan Musial, Tiger Woods, Torri Hunter, Tris Speaker, Ty Cobb, Willie Mays on April 14th, 2008 by Michael Tillery
Could you imagine looking out from the plate and trying to find a hole in this outfield? Arguably three of the best of all time
In Part II, Justice and I get into some issues that need to be addressed as well as the Willie Mays/Hank Aaron who is better debate. I’m spreading this interview out in hopes that baseball might seep into our collective psyche. Justice brings up some very important points as to why the game isn’t being played in the Black community and how we can address this dilemma. If at all it’s that important…
Part III will be posted next Monday.