Greg Vaughn | MLBbro Slugger Extraordinaire Talks Black Baseball

Greg Vaughn | MLBbro Slugger Extraordinaire Talks Black Baseball

Greg Vaughn hit 355 homers in a 16-year MLB career that saw him cleat up for the Milwaukee Brewers, San Diego Padres, Cincinnati Reds, Tampa Bay Devil Rays and Colorado Rockies from 1989-2003.

It was a “Golden Era” Vaughn says, where you could easily find seven or eight Black players on an MLB squad.

 

The four-time All-Star, who hit 50 homers for the NL Champion Padres in 1998, provides some great insight at the coaxing of Telly Hughes in this episode of “A Bro Convo”.

Greg Vaughn | MLBbro Slugger Extraordinaire Talks Black Baseball

Mike Cameron Got His Wish For Father’s Day | Son Daz Showed Out

Telly Hughes is back with another A Bro Convo. This time “The Voice of MLBbro.com ” speaks with 17-year MLB veteran Mike Cameron, whose son Daz, a rookie with the Detroit Tigers, made him proud on Father’s Day. It was the first time the elder Cameron would see Daz play live on the field while sitting in the stands.

At the time of recording, Mike didn’t know that his son would actually deliver the goods.

 

 

 

 

Greg Vaughn | MLBbro Slugger Extraordinaire Talks Black Baseball

Rickie Weeks | From HBCU To The Top of The MLB Draft

In the second edition of A Bro Convo W/Telly Hughes, former MLB All-Star Rickie Weeks, who spent 14 years in The Show, steps to the mic.

Weeks discusses how he was able to overcome the stigma of playing at Southern University in Louisiana and become the No. 2 overall pick of the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2003 MLB Draft.  While at Southern, Weeks finished his career with a .465 batting average (254 of 546), the highest in NCAA history.