MLB 2021 Season Rewind| Telly Hughes Talks With MLBbro Jemile Weeks, Still Grinding For The Culture

MLB 2021 Season Rewind| Telly Hughes Talks With MLBbro Jemile Weeks, Still Grinding For The Culture

Telly Hughes “The Voice of MLBbro.com” interviews former MLB player Jemile Weeks, one half of the Weeks Brothers, who both enjoyed MLB careers and continue to work in the inner city communities to provide the next generation of Black ballplayers with the resoures, encouragement and baseball knowledge needed to excel in the game. While also evening out the systemic barriers in the sport.

 

 

MLBbro 2021 Season Rewind| Former MLB Pitcher Big Marvin Freeman Talks 90s Braves & The Culture Of Black Baseball

MLBbro 2021 Season Rewind| Former MLB Pitcher Big Marvin Freeman Talks 90s Braves & The Culture Of Black Baseball

Mark Gray goes Black in the Day with former MLB pitcher Marvin Freeman who is also very active in MLB’s diversity and youth development programs.

Freeman pitched in 221 MLB games and for four teams (Braves, Phillies, Rockies, White Sox) over a 10-year career.

Black starting pitchers are rare in baseball. Marv had 78 career starts, which has led to a wealth of major league knowledge.

Marv played with the Braves in the 90s when they had the Soul Patrol, Back when a Black face on the field and in the dugout and int he stands in the ATL was common.

PART 1: Marvin Freeman Speaks To The Culture Of BaseballĀ 


PART 2: Marvin Freeman Talks About His Improbable Rise From Jackson State To MLB & MoreĀ 

 

PART 3: Black Knight Marvin Freeman Talks Giving Back: Marvin Freeman Youth Foundation & More

MLBbro 2021 Season Rewind| Jazz Chisholm Is The Bahamian Blur

MLBbro 2021 Season Rewind| Jazz Chisholm Is The Bahamian Blur

Miami Marlins rookie Jazz Chisholm made a name for himself in 2021, hitting 18 homers, stealing 23 bases and flexing a flair for the dramatic. With another year of seasoning and less injury setbacks, expect Jazz to take another leap into All-Star status.

MLBbro.com was high on the intangibles that the Bahamian-born Chisholm would bring to the Marlins.