Willie James: SAFE!

This is my buddy and roommate U.L. Washington. We were teammates in AA, AAA and the major leagues. My mother would often travel from New Jersey when we were playing the Orioles. This is one of the early pictures of me with the big league team in spring training. Portrait montage painting for Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame. I was not a natural left-handed batter. But once I embraced hitting from that side of the plate my career really took off. Frank White and I were among a group of seven who were at the 1982 Major League All-Star Game in Montreal Bill Cosby was one of the many celebrities who sang Take Me Out to the Ball Game  when I was playing with the Cubs. My grandmother, Annie Mae Timothy, Madear  to the family, raised me until I was 7 years old. My aunts, Martha Ann Gardner and Lula Mae Gibbs and my mother, Dorothy Lynn, (L-R) at a family reunion in 2010. This is my daughter, Shanice. My younger brother, Anthony Lynn. Trevor’s son Trey Shawn is my youngest grandchild. My son, Max, attended a Royals game with me. My son Trevor and I at the All Star game in K.C. I love having my children around me (from left) son Trevor, daughter Shanice, granddaughter Anisa, grandson Kayden and son Max. My granddaughter, Anisa and grandson, KJ (Kayden). When I was with Oakland, my oldest son would travel to spring training with me. Loved hanging out with him! Great getting to hang out with some of the current players. Aaron Crow, Eric Hosmer, Everett Teaford and Sluggerrr on a Royals Caravan outing at Crow’s elementary school in Topeka. 2007 Willie Wilson Legends game at CommunityAmerica Ball Park. I worked with the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum to conduct this clinic for players from RBI. leaguesflim-iui Muscusi WUieWihnm DaicbaHFnm.tdatinm Don Motley of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and former Royal Amos Otis at a RBI clinic. I’m becoming more comfortable as a speaker with events like this for the Legacy Awards banquet at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. I’m here with (from left) Fred Patek, Al Fitzmorris and Frank White at a State Farm Luncheon benefiting the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.

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