Hilton Smith crafted legendary Negro Leagues career
Satchel Paige, at 46, fires shutout
On Aug. 6, 1952, Satchel Paige pitched a shutout at the age of 46.
Satchel Paige pitches for A’s at age 59
Satchel Paige became the oldest player in big league history when he pitched three innings for the Kansas City A's on Sept. 25, 1965.
Paige blazed trail to Hall
Satchel Paige made history on Feb. 9, 1971, when he became the first Negro Leagues player nominated to the Hall of Fame.
Jocko Maxwell: Voice of the Negro Leagues
Sherman ‘Jocko’ Maxwell was an early sports radio voice in New Jersey and New York City who paved the way for future African-American broadcasters.