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Former presidents and a slew of other stars are honoring the legacy of the Negro Leagues.Former presidents and a slew of other stars are honoring the legacy of the Negro Leagues.

Barack Obama and Others Celebrate Negro League's 100-Year Anniversary | Entertainment Tonight

President Barack Obama is giving a special shoutout to legends like Satchel Paige and Josh Gibson on the 100th anniversary of the Negro League ... praising the players for changing baseball history.President Barack Obama is giving a special shoutout to legends like Satchel Paige and Josh Gibson on the 100th anniversary of the Negro League ... praising the players for changing baseball history.

Barack Obama Honors Negro League Legends On 100th Anniversary, 'Tipping My Cap'

Barack Obama tipped his cap. So did three other former U.S. presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary... Barack Obama tipped his cap. So did three other former U.S. presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary...

Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter tipped their caps to the Negro Leagues on the 100th anniversary of their creation.Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter tipped their caps to the Negro Leagues on the 100th anniversary of their creation.

Former U.S. presidents give 'unprecedented salute' to Negro Leagues in Tip Your Cap campaign | Sporting News

Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey joined a virtual campaign Monday to honor the 100-year anniversary of baseball's Negro Leagues.Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey joined a virtual campaign Monday to honor the 100-year anniversary of baseball’s Negro Leagues.

Daryl Morey tips his Rockets cap to honor Negro Leagues anniversary

Barack Obama, athletes and activists honored the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball's Negro Leagues.Several notable sports figures like Hank Aaron, Michael Jordan and Derek Jeter joined the campaign.

Barack Obama, others tip their caps to salute baseball's Negro Leagues - Sports Illustrated

Sports greats, celebrities and former U.S. presidents are among those making a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball's Negro Leagues.Sports greats, celebrities and former U.S. presidents are among those making a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball's Negro Leagues.

Negro Leagues' 100-year anniversary sparks 'Tip of the Cap' campaign - Sportsnet.ca

The original headstone of Oscar Charleston didn’t say a word about his long Hall of Fame career in the Negro Leagues. It didn’t mention his power as a left-hand…The original headstone of Oscar Charleston didn’t say a word about his long Hall of Fame career in the Negro Leagues. It didn’t mention his power as a left-hand…

100 years after the Negro Leagues’ inaugural season, its brightest star is honored — The Undefeated

The original headstone of Oscar Charleston didn’t say a word about his long Hall of Fame career in the Negro Leagues. It didn’t mention his power as a left-hand…The original headstone of Oscar Charleston didn’t say a word about his long Hall of Fame career in the Negro Leagues. It didn’t mention his power as a left-hand…

100 years after the Negro Leagues’ inaugural season, its brightest star is honored — The Undefeated

Barack Obama tipped his cap. So did three other former presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues.

A Long-Overdue 'Tip of the Cap' to baseball's Black pioneers - TSN.ca

Former presidents, civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats gave a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the Negro Leagues.Former presidents, civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats gave a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the Negro Leagues.

SOURCE SPORTS: Black Baseball Turns 100, Celebs Tip Cap

Leave it to Bob Kendrick to come up with another inspired idea to help raise the profile of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, which had grand plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues in 2020, many of which have been hindered by the COVID-19Leave it to Bob Kendrick to come up with another inspired idea to help raise the profile of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, which had grand plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues in 2020, many of which have been hindered by the COVID-19

Tipping our caps to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum | MLB.com

Every living former U.S. president paid tribute to baseball’s pioneering Negro Leagues as the part of the “Tipping Your Cap” campaign celebrating the institution’s centennial.Every living former U.S. president paid tribute to baseball’s pioneering Negro Leagues as the part of the “Tipping Your Cap” campaign celebrating the institution’s centennial.

Obama, Clinton join virtual celebration for Negro Leagues | TheHill

Every living former U.S. president paid tribute to baseball’s pioneering Negro Leagues as the part of the “Tipping Your Cap” campaign celebrating the institution’s centennial.Every living former U.S. president paid tribute to baseball’s pioneering Negro Leagues as the part of the “Tipping Your Cap” campaign celebrating the institution’s centennial.

Obama, Clinton join virtual celebration for Negro Leagues | TheHill

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Former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama are taking part in the "Tipping Your Cap" campaign in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues.Former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama are taking part in the "Tipping Your Cap" campaign in honor of the Negro Leagues.

Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton shared video tributes to baseball legends of the Negro Leagues on the 100th anniversaryFormer Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton shared video tributes to baseball legends of the Negro Leagues on the 100th anniversary

Former Presidents 'Tip' Their Caps to Negro Leagues | PEOPLE.com

Barack Obama tipped his cap. So did three other former U. S. presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues. The campaign launched Monday with photos and videos from, among others, Hank Aaron, Rachel Robinson, Derek Jeter, Colin Powell, Michael Jordan, Obama and fellow former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter at tippingyourcap. com.Barack Obama tipped his cap. So did three other former U. S. presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues. The campaign launched Monday with photos and videos from, among others, Hank Aaron, Rachel Robinson, Derek Jeter, Colin Powell, Michael Jordan, Obama and fellow former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter at tippingyourcap. com.

Virtual 'Tip of the Cap' to baseball's Black pioneers on Negro Leagues' 100th anniversary | WJLA

Virtual 'Tip of the Cap' to baseball's Black pioneers on Negro Leagues' 100th anniversary

Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter are lending their voices to an important baseball milestone.Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter are lending their voices to an important baseball milestone.

Four former presidents kick off celebration of Negro Leagues' 100th anniversary - AOL News

Now the North Siders can claim a presidential fan of their ownNow the North Siders can claim a presidential fan of their own

President Bill Clinton wears Cubs hat in Tip Your Cap Negro Leagues video | NBC Sports Chicago

Barack Obama tipped his cap and so did three other former U.S. presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues.Barack Obama tipped his cap and so did three other former U.S. presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversar…

A long-overdue ‘Tip of the Cap’ to baseball’s Black pioneers | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports

Four former presidents join host of others to salute 100th anniversary of baseball's Negro LeaguesFour former presidents join host of others to salute 100th anniversary of baseball’s Negro Leagues

Four former presidents join host of others to salute 100th anniversary of baseball's Negro Leagues

After a planned celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues was shelved because of the pandemic, it moved to an online campaign called "Tip Your Cap," drawing tributes from presidents, leaders, entertainers and athletes.After a planned celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues was shelved because of the pandemic, it moved to an online campaign called "Tip Your Cap," drawing tributes from presidents, leaders, entertainers and athletes.

Baseball's Black pioneers get 'Tip of the Cap' to salute 100-year anniversary of Negro Leagues

Obama joined other prominent figures to salute the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues.Obama joined other prominent figures to salute the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues.

Barack Obama, Other Celebs Tip Caps To Negro Leagues' 100th Anniversary | HuffPost

Barack Obama tipped his cap. So did three other former presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues.Barack Obama tipped his cap. So did three other former presidents and a host of prominent civil rights leaders, entertainers and sports greats in a virtual salute to the 100-year anniversary of the founding of baseball’s Negro Leagues.

'Tip of the Cap' to baseball’s Black pioneers - Chicago Tribune