Charlie Fouche

Charlemagne (Charlie) Fouché (1960-2020), a native of Jacksonville, Florida, was a teacher, pastor, author, and editor for Christian books and publications. He had a lifelong interest in sports, especially Negro Leagues baseball. Charlie’s passion for playing APBA baseball led him to make cards that contained the statistics of Negro Leagues players that could be used with the APBA board game, and he donated all money from the sale of the cards to Negro Leagues charities. As a result of his efforts, Charlie was honored with induction into the APBA Hall of Fame in 2019. He received a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Florida. He also earned a Master of Divinity, a Doctor of Theology, a Doctor of Christian Education, and a Doctor of Biblical Studies.

 

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  • The 1931 Homestead Grays: The Greatest Baseball Team of All Time

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