It’s probably fair to say that no more important player in baseball history has been talked about less than Larry Doby, the second African-American to break the color line as a player and a manager, which happened 73 and 42 years ago this week, respectively. Mike and Bill try to rectify that just a little, looking back at Doby’s life before getting the chance to integrate the American League and the incredible contributions he made after it. Plus, happy birthday to Al Downing and Tony Armas Sr!