The 2011 baseball season is almost history, but for some fans, the history of the sport is just as important as what’s going on now. One of the most important chapters from that history involves the Negro Leagues, which consisted of teams made up entirely of black players who weren’t allowed to play in the major leagues — at least not until Jackie Robinson broke that barrier in 1947. Today, about 200 former Negro Leaguers are still alive — and still telling stories. One of them, Mack “The Knife” Pride, is a Colorado resident who played for the Kansas City Monarchs and the Memphis Red Sox... More >>>