David Grubb makes sure the MLB world doesn’t forget two incredible and historical MLBbros who accomplished something that no other father-son combination could do.
You can’t talk all-time lethal MLBbro bats without discussing the dominance of slugger Jim Rice.
Bo Jackson changed the way we look at the possibilities of professional sports and what the pro athlete could accomplish. We had never seen simultaneous dominance on the MLB field and on the NFL gridiron. While his legendary tale didn’t last long due to a tragic injury, his talent mesmerized a generation of athletes and to this day nobody knows more than Bo, one of our legendary MLBbros.
Jackie Robinson is credited with breaking baseball’s color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers, but often overshadowed by Robinson is another MLBbro who also integrated the game, in the American League on July 5th His name is Larry Doby.
Mark Gray remembers two royal families of baseball during Father’s Day weekend. the two greatest father-son duos to grace the sport. Bobby and Barry Bonds and Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr.