The Marc Steiner Show

April 13, 2010- segment 1

During our first segment, we discussed the 2010 baseball season and why African American involvement in the sport has dropped off.  Another in our series of Urbanite Radio Stories, we take a look at Michael Corbin’s article "Where are African Americans in national pastime?" We are joined by Mike Singletary, Executive Director of the James Mosher Baseball League, the oldest continually operating African American Youth Baseball League in the country, Toby Henson, a former participant in the league, and his son Shawn who is a player in the league.  

Written by Marc Steiner

Marc Steiner

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  1. Hi, I am Sonya and I was one of the callers on todays show. I forgot to mention that kudos to the Orioles for allowing Poly to play its baseball game against Digital Harbor at Camden Yards Stadium on Friday April 16, 2010 at 3:45pm. I think that the Orioles are trying to do something positive for the inner city schools.

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