According to USA Today, fewer than 8% of Major League Baseball players are African American. And when Preston Wilson was a part of the 2006 World Series St. Louis Cardinals, he was the only black player on the team. Sports Illustrated host Robin Lundberg talked with Wilson about his experience in the majors, the dwindling participation in the sport amongst Black Americans, and how he felt baseball missed the mark in the wake of George Floyd's death.
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