(Owings Mills, MD) Before Jackie Robinson broke into Major League Baseball he was one of hundreds Black Baseball Players who toiled in the Negro Leagues. Teams like the Crawfords, the Clowns, the Monarchs, and the Elite Giants were well known to Black America. A new exhibit looks at it stars and the legacy of those who toiled in the shadows.
We want you to meet Ray Banks, the Curator of the exhibit at the Baltimore County Public Library- Owings Mills Branch. He talks about the collection and what is in it.