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.
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.
Telly Hughes interviews Team USA pitcher Edwin Jackson, who’s also the last MLbbro to throw a no-hitter.
Team USA advanced to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games on Saturday following a 4-2 win over Venezuela in the WBSC Olympic Qualifier. Jackson, a crafty veteran, will play a huge role in the USA’s quest for a gold medal.
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.