The Charlotte Knights honored Negro League Baseball Tuesday night by welcoming former players Eddie "G.G." Burton, Luther "Luke" Atkinson, Sam Allen, Bill Cathcart and Carl "Satch" Forney. Also Charlotte Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles proclaimed it Negro League Baseball Day in Charlotte. Jeff Sinerfirstname.lastname@example.org
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Scenes from Wednesday's Charlotte Checkers - Bridgeport Sound Tigers game at Bojangles’ Coliseum. The AHL team played without fans due to dangerous driving conditions caused by snow left by Winter Storm Inga.
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