WHAT A FEW NO-HITTERS DO: Satchel Paige

It’s funny what a few no-hitters do for a body.

 

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— Satchel Paige *

 

 

WINNING IS ENERGIZING. TEAMS THAT WIN KNOW IT.

The first time a team wins, they learn how good it feels.

When a team wins a second time, nothing less than winning is ever good enough again.

As the leader, what are you doing to make sure your team wins? Are you coaching and encouraging them? Are you making sure they have all they need? Are you celebrating every victory with them?

Or are you just hoping...

 

 

Carl Francis
CFrancis@Envisian.com

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* Leroy Robert Satchel Paige (1906-1982) was an American baseball player whose cocky and enthusiastic personality and his love for the game made him a living legend.

On town tours across America, Paige would have his infielders sit down behind him.  He would then proceed to strike out the entire opposing side. He drew huge crowds.

Paige began his career in the Negro leagues. His extraordinary pitching control soon got him noticed by Major League Baseball.

In 1971, Paige was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, the first player to be inducted from the Negro leagues.