“My philosophy is simple — keep the ball away from the bat.”
He was the biggest draw in the Negro Leagues, one of the most intimidating pitchers in baseball’s storied history, while also its most loveable character. Satchel Paige was a larger-than-life figure on the mound, with a wind-up and delivery that made the bleachers roar at every park he played in. There were a million moments, but on opening day with the New York Black Yankees in 1941, he brought 20,000 people in Harlem to their feet — including a Life Magazine photographer who was there to capture the great Satchel Paige’s swagger — with a dominant 5-3 victory.
Officially licensed by Satchel Paige.
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