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When Ted Williams was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966, he used part of his speech to make a strong appeal for the inclusion of Negro League stars Satchel Paige & Josh Gibson!
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GW 🇺🇸 20 Jan 19
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Nombe 20 Jan 19
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Teddy Ballgame was a complicated man, but what a life and what a symbol of how to grow in wisdom throughout your life. It was so appropriate that one of his last public moments was being driven out to home plate by Tony Gwynn.
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Chiqui Rodriguez🆘️ 20 Jan 19
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Cause Teddy Baseball knew he didnt win anything cause the Red Sox were way late on the integration bus.
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Daniel Kelly 20 Jan 19
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They had a chance to sign Willie Mays, and turned it down because they were too racist. Imagine Willie Mays and Ted Williams in the same outfield!
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Wanda Fischer 20 Jan 19
Replying to @BSmile @wthballs
I remember it well.
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craig ragan 20 Jan 19
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He just proved that there’s more to being great than just putting up the numbers.
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LuigiJ.B.O'MalleyHub 20 Jan 19
Replying to @BSmile @stephsings1
Thanks guys, thanks . Touching ⚾️👍🏽👍
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Politically Engaged 20 Jan 19
Replying to @BSmile @rolandsmartin
Make mine Moxie.
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Rob Shammrob 20 Jan 19
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Brian Hastings 20 Jan 19
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The silence when he says that is chilling. Much respect to Ted
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New Centuri Advisors 21 Jan 19
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I thought the same thing
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