Thursday, June 8, 2023

MLB without checkers has been around since 1931

“They introduced me on a television program and they talked about me so much I thought I was dead” … Joseph McCadwe.

Today, Tuesday and tomorrow are Post Days. Please, send me your full name and the town or cities from which you write. Otherwise I can’t answer you.

Johnny Rodriguez H. from Armenia, Colombia asks: “Why did the Cleveland team change its name from ‘Indians’ to ‘Parents’?”

Friend Joe: One organization claimed it was racist and harmed the memory of Aboriginals, an opinion which is nonsense. It seems to me that calling the Cleveland Indians, as they have been known since 1915, is a respectful tribute to Indian, Native American history. Also, guardian or guardian doesn’t mean anything significant.

Felipe Vasquez from Maracaibo says: “Thank you for your answer to a question I recently asked you (about preparing to become a big leaguer first). And it seems to me a lack of courtesy on the part of your readers , because we ask you thousands of questions and we don’t thank you enough for your valuable time to answer us.Thanks from me on behalf of everyone.

Atlanta’s Altagracia Villaclara asks: “Why aren’t there female baseball players in Major Leagues, if it’s been proven that we can play like men?”

Amiga Yaya: If you ask commissioner Rob Manfred, he’ll answer that it’s because he can’t tell the quality of the big leaguers. If you ask me, the answer is: because in 1931, 92 years ago!, the commissioner, Kennesaw Mountain Landis, banned checkers in all professional baseball in the United States, and still does today, at the turn of the 21st century. , it is discriminated against for natural beauty, although 76 years ago Jackie Robinson and the Dodgers ended racial discrimination.

Albino M. Dietrich from Charlotte, North Carolina asks, “How many strikeouts and walks did Cy Young have?”

Friend Elbow: Two thousand 803 K.S. Thousand 217 BB, in seven thousand 356 innings and 22 seasons.

Ovidio Santos from San Juan, Puerto Rico asks: “Why do you think eight RBIs in one inning by Fernando Tatis Sr. is an unbeatable record? Nine or more could be promoted.

Friend Yeo: True, but one entry would require consuming three or more turns, not easy. That is to say that not less than 16 men go out to bat. Calculate, please, and tell me.

Thank you life that has given me so much, a reader like you too.

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