Hosted by Ryan-Sanders Baseball, we raised money and honored surviving Negro Leaguers: Charles Johnson (a staunch advocate of civil rights, Ira McKnight, and San Antonio’s John “Mule” Miles among them. Those guys, who really played, were joined by several fakers who did not. After speaking on the phone with Fay Vincent, a longtime advocate for Negro Leaguers, the Chairman decided to route the money through MLB’s Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.), which made sure the money went solely to real Negro League alumni and not to con men and grifters.
In other action, John Costigan parked in a handicapped spot and got nailed for it.