CMG Worldwide proudly announces the representation of Charles Follis

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CMG Worldwide proudly announces the representation of Charles Follis

CMG Worldwide proudly announces the representation of Charles Follis. About Charles Follis Charles W. Follis was the first Black professional American football player. He played for the Shelby Blues of the “Ohio League” from 1902 to 1906. On September 16, 1904, Follis signed a contract with Shelby making him the first Black man contracted to

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CMG Worldwide proudly announces the representation of Heather Penney

CMG Worldwide proudly announces the representation of Heather Penney. About Heather Penney Heather “Lucky” Penney is a defense policy expert at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies in Arlington, Virginia. She is best known for her role as a USAF lieutenant who was one of two F-16 pilots who flew their unarmed planes in an

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Google Doodle Celebrates Christopher Reeve’s 69th Birthday

Today’s Doodle celebrates American actor, director, author, and humanitarian Christopher Reeve, who is best known for his spinal cord research advocacy work alongside his leading role in four “Superman” feature films. Christopher D’Olier Reeve was born on this day in 1952 in New York City. He graduated from The Juilliard School and made his stage

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MLB entering NFT world with iconic Lou Gehrig moment

To lead off Major League Baseball’s official foray into the world of non-fungible tokens, the league will go way, way back into its history. “When you think about NFTs, there is this concept of it being a fad,” Kenny Gersh, Major League Baseball’s executive vice president of business development, said in a telephone interview. “What

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MLB Launches Debut NFT of Lou Gehrig’s ‘Luckiest Man’ Speech

Major League Baseball (MLB) has launched its first officially licensed non-fungible token (NFT), commemorating Lou Gehrig’s historic “Luckiest Man” speech in 1939. The auction for the NFT commences July 4, the 82nd anniversary of the speech delivered by the Hall of Fame first baseman marking his retirement after being diagnosed with ALS. It will last until 7

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MLB Launches Debut NFT of Lou Gehrig’s ‘Luckiest Man’ Speech

The auction for the NFT commences July 4, the 82nd anniversary of the speech delivered by the Hall of Fame first baseman. Major League Baseball (MLB) has launched its first officially licensed non-fungible token (NFT), commemorating Lou Gehrig’s historic “Luckiest Man” speech in 1939. The auction for the NFT commences July 4, the 82nd anniversary

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MLB to Auction NFT Featuring Lou Gehrig’s ‘Luckiest Man’ Speech

Major League Baseball will begin releasing a series of new NFTs in July, beginning with a digital collectible commemorating Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” speech on July 4, 1939. An exclusive auction for the NFT of Gehrig’s famous speech will be held on July 4. The release of Gehrig’s NFT will be the first of many

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NBA, MLB, NFL, And NHL Partner Fanatics Launches NFT Company

Popular sports merchandise company Fanatics and its executive chairman Michael Rubin have partnered up with Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz and Gary Vaynerchuck, chairman of communications company VaynerX, to launch a non-fungible token (NFT) company Candy Digital. In the fall, Candy will officially launch an online platform where customers will be able to purchase, collect

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MLB, Candy unveil Gehrig NFT; auction July 4

Major League Baseball and Candy Digital, a next-generation digital collectible company, unveiled on Wednesday their first officially licensed NFT, a one-of-one piece of history that commemorates Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” speech. The digital collectible features video excerpts of the iconic speech and a three-dimensional bust of Gehrig in an iron finish, representing his legacy as baseball’s

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