Marshall also gave a special salute to Birmingham, AL, postal employee Cleophus Brown, who played in the Negro Leagues for the Birmingham Black Barons and the Louisville Clippers.
What does BBB stand for?
BBB stands for Birmingham Black Barons (Negro-league baseball team)
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- Big Brother Brasil (TV show; Brazil)
- Big Butt Buffet (Christian rap band, Canada)
- Big, the Bad and the Beautiful
- Bikes, Blues and Barbeque (motorcycle rally; est. 2000)
- Biological Basis of Behaviour
- Biologische Bakkers Brigade (Dutch: Organic Bakers Brigade)
- BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) Boot Block
- Biotic Baking Brigade
- Biotraçabilité, Biodétection et Biodiversité (French university degree program)
- Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar (UK fetish market)
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Hall of Famer Willie Mays and four surviving members of the Birmingham Black Barons will receive the Willie Mays Award for outstanding achievement in baseball history.
However, we weren't the only tenants there: the Birmingham Black Barons played there too.
He was a good ball player even when he was in his mid-teens in the Negro Leagues playing with the Birmingham Black Barons.
Tatum started his career in the 1940s as a baseball player for the Birmingham Black Barons and the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro National League.
team owners Jerry Reinsdorf, Frank McCourt, Arte Moreno, Lew Wolff, Peter Magowan and Mark Attanasio, baseball greats - The Brett Family, Brady Anderson, Bret Saberhagen, the Birmingham Black Barons and many others as they join their peers to help professional baseball scouts in need.
Throughout the game, public-address announcer Larry Thornhill will read information about the Negro League to the crowd, including a tidbit about a certain 15-year old center fielder for the 1947 Birmingham Black Barons named Willie Mays.
Underwood was sent a contract to play for the Birmingham Black Barons, but he never signed it.