All posts tagged Baseball Podcast
Baseball Great Sammy Sosa and Racecar Driver Helio Castroneves at The Blacks’ Annual Gala: CYInterview’s on it!
Last month we reported on the 19th edition of The Blacks’ Annual Gala, held at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Miami Beach [see here]. Additionally, there were CYInterviews direct from the gala’s red carpet with everyone from Taylor Hicks to the cast of The Real Housewives of Miami [see here and see here.] Now, we bring you some coverage of the sports stars who were in attendance at this year’s annual gala.
We spoke with three time winner of The Indianapolis 500, racecar driver, Helio Castroneves, as well as retired baseball star Sammy Sosa.
Bob Motley: A Treasure of Baseball History, Umpire from the Days before Integration in the Major Leagues Shares His Experience and Wisdom
Today at 88, Bob Motley is part of living sports history. He’s the last surviving umpire from the Negro Leagues. While serving time in World War II, he
Over 10 plus years, we at, CYInterview, have had the honor and privilege of interviewing great individuals in a variety of fields like sports, entertainment and business. Getting
Cuckoo for Coco Crisp: Baseball’s batter with crackerjack name is serial team changer, boxing fan – Mayweather/Pacquiao Teaser
With football season winding down, MLB Spring Training is just around the corner. Playing on four teams in nine years – through an injury prone career – Oakland
With the end of the first weeks of the baseball season, fans are flocking to stadiums nationwide looking for new players and familiar faces alike. None of those
Before the reality TV era of today, there was Home Run Derby. The 1959 show pitted two of the best hitters in baseball against each other in a
We all never stop learning new things about ourselves. Former Yankee Rich “Goose” Gossage learned that he held a record with the Yankees that he wasn’t aware of.
He is one of the most popular and celebrated athletes of his time. Cal Ripken Jr. is on his way to the Baseball Hall of Fame, but also
Tom Browning pitched from 1985 to 1994 in the MLB. In 1994 his career was ended after he broke his left arm. In 1985 he became the first
The 2006 Chicago Cubs come back into spring training with the big addition of Juan Pierre and a few others to help the team out. The last two