Apr 15, 2014, 3:00 PM EDT
Julie Donaldson and I talk about Jackie Robinson’s legacy and the rather difficult topic of the decline of U.S.-born blacks playing major league baseball.
As we’ve noted in the past, It’s not an easy problem to diagnose, let alone to solve. Indeed, people can’t even agree on how many blacks played the game at one period of time vs. another. That said, Major League Baseball seems to be doing all it can do to address the matter, even if its power in this regard is limited.
- Settling the Score: Friday’s results 11
- Sandy Alderson is not going to “roll over” for Scott Boras and shut down Matt Harvey 65
- Dodgers are already fed up with 6.56 ERA-pitching, excuse-making Mat Latos 57
- And That Happened: Thursday’s scores and highlights 58
- Bryce Harper walks in all four of his plate appearances, scores four runs 24
- ESPN pulls Curt Schilling off broadcasts for rest of regular season and Wild Card game 147
- David Ortiz is more likely to be boned in Hall of Fame voting for being a DH than for PED stuff 145
- And That Happened: Wednesday’s scores and highlights 74
- ESPN pulls Curt Schilling off broadcasts for rest of regular season and Wild Card game (147)
- David Ortiz is more likely to be boned in Hall of Fame voting for being a DH than for PED stuff (145)
- Matt Williams puts up another strong performance in his quest to get himself fired (107)
- David Ortiz tweets his happiness about the Deflategate decision (101)
- Why Mike Mussina keeps getting hosed in the Hall of Fame voting (90)