เว็บพนันที่ดีที่สุด Ernie Banks has been “Mr. Cub” for about 50 years. He made baseball’s Hall of Fame in 1977. How could all of that be topped? How about “Mr. Cub,” Hall of Famer Ernie Banks, Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient? That’s kind of a mouthful, but Banks earned the distinction at a White House ceremony Wednesday, when President Barack Obama personally presented him with the medal, which is the nation’s highest civilian honor.
วางเดิมพันกีฬา Via Twitter, Obama described Banks’ ascent from prejudice and poverty to becoming one of the more celebrated ballplayers of the past 60 years. His is a terrific success story for any person, but it’s especially so considering what it means to be black in the United States:
Obama: Ernie Banks “came up through the Negro Leagues making $7/day & became the 1st black player to suit up for the Cubs.”
แทงบาคาร่าออนไลน์ Like a parent who converts a child’s room into an office the week after their kid leaves for college, the City of Atlanta doesn’t plan to spend too much time gazing upon Turner Field remembering what used to be.
Nope, in fact Mayor Kasim Reed said Tuesday, the city will demolish the stadium in 2017 afterthe Braves leave for their new home in the Cobb County suburbs. Don’t let the bulldozer hit you on the way out, Braves players. From an Associated Press report:
GClub ผ่านเว็บ Mayor Kasim Reed said at a news conference that the stadium will not be left vacant after the team starts playing at a new field in Cobb County in three years.
”We’re going to have a master developer that is going to demolish the Ted and we’re going to have one of the largest developments for middle-class people that the city has ever had,” he said, referring to the stadium’s nickname.