Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Lenny DiNardo

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Mookie Wilson

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Rob Dibble

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Chris Colabello

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Rich Hill

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Devon White

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Bill Lee

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Jack Morris

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco
Marty Barrett

March 29, 2017: Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd's remarks included a very personal story about his family – multiple generations of professional baseball players – growing up in segregated Mississippi during the time of voter registration violence, and playing ball on an integrated team for the first time in 1980 as a Red Sox 16th-round amateur draft pick out of Jackson University.

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Darlene Susco