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African-American History Month Day 23 – Curtis Pride

  Photo Credit: gallaudetathletics.com No, Curtis Pride wasn’t an major league All-Star. He didn’t get a Gold Glove, Silver Slugger or any other piece of post-season hardware. But, he was an inspiration to countless fans. Deaf from birth due to exposure to rubella, Pride overcame that adversity to become a three-sport (basketball, baseball, soccer) at Kennedy High in Silver...
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Happy Birthday Boy! Curtis Pride turns 43

On occasion, Big League Stew honors a birthday boy per week by taking a longer look at his career. Please join us in lighting the candles. Curtis Pride, who turns 43 on Saturday, had a relatively unremarkable career, but a very remarkable life: He is the only deaf player to play in the major leagues in the modern era. He played for 11 years in the majors as a journeyman backup outfielder...
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December 16, 2011  |  Discuss
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