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Cute saying, or ominous warning? Both, probably. Depends on how you look back at it. Satch was a big-league pitcher all his life, but in a segregated league for most of it. He didn't pitch in a completely big league until he was well over 40 years old, back in 1948, when he went 6-1 for the World Champion Cleveland Indians.
|Satchel Paige, before he joined the major leagues late in his career.|
|Long before Jack McKeon won the World Series with the Marlins, he wasn't real happy with something Ralph wrote.|
|Lenny Wilkens, current coach of the Knicks, won an NBA championship coaching the Sonics.|
|What would Dr. Martin Luther King think of the current state of Sports In America?|
|Art Shell, leading the Raiders back in 1989.|