Listen: Jackie Robinson, Baseball And Ken Griffey discussed on Outside the Lines
"Can always watch streaming live on the ESPN app. Jackie Robinson day took on special meaning Monday as major league clubs honored the hall of Famer league-wide in this one hundred anniversary year of his birth. So in the seventy two years since Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in baseball. Where do we stand with African American participation in the sport on opening day to seven point seven percent of MLB players were African American that sixty eight players league-wide, a fraction of the other major sports one black manager Dave Roberts and zero black GM's zero abysmal. People don't see how cool and exciting. This game is Ken Griffey junior told USA today sports that Kemp went further telling the Cincinnati inquirer in the community. We live in baseball is not something that kids can see themselves getting to a better place in you,"