Negro League Hall of Fame

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letter to editor

Many honors have crossed my paths over the last 34 years in this business of media covering sports, such as first Minnesota reporter to interview icon Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls live in 1993 on Twin Cities sports (KFAN) radio on a game day, and first Black man to host a live, three-hour radio show Monday through Friday, 12-3 on KFAN. I hosted then-Vikings head coach Dennis Green’s weekly radio network show for eight years. I’m the first sports writer in history to cover his own son in a Super Bowl. Yes, I have been blessed; but an honor that means just as much was when I was asked years ago to be the voice of the National Negro League Hall of Fame in Kansas City. When I was contracted years ago to voice the stories behind the many greats that played in the Negro Leagues, which date back to 1920, I was honored that I was asked. Continue Reading →

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