Examining baseball, past and present, with VSiN’s Ron Flatter

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Joseph “Shoeless Joe” Jackson is shown in action during his heyday in an undated photo. He was one of the key figurtes in the infamous “Black Sox” scandal, which rocked baseball and caused the introduction of a baseball commissioner. He ended his 14 seasons in the majors with a lifetime batting average of .356 and was an outfielder. He played in the majors from 1908 to 1920.(AP photo)

Rollye James speaks with Ron Flatter of VSiN and Brent Musburger’s Sports Betting Network, about the world of baseball including the 1919 Black Sox scandal, the current state of the league and what future games will entail for fans and sports betting. Ron also explains what VSiN is, shares insight into the trouble that college football is facing, and more.


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