Tukufu and Max Manning

By The History Detectives Team
23 August 2010
Category: From The Detectives

Pop Lloyd was a great baseball player. He’s in the hall of fame and one of his best students was a guy named Max Manning. In my interview, Max Manning tells a story about how he comes out to play baseball as a 6’4” skinny kid. He comes out there and basically gets tutored in the science of the game by the great Pop Lloyd.

This was a really wonderful interview to do because I think that Max Manning and I had a certain chemistry. This two-minute clip represents three or four hours of conversations between Max Manning and I. I’m so happy that we can share this with you, and that you have a chance to see Max Manning communicate his passion for the game of baseball.


Extended Interview: Baseball player Max Manning

An interview from History Detectives Season One, with baseball player Max Manning.


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