Cubs hire Jeremiah Paprocki, 21, as first Black public address announcer


There will be a new voice of theChicago Cubs. Jeremiah Paprocki was hired as the Cubs' public address announcer, the team revealed on Monday. The hire is historic, as Paprocki will become the first African American to take the role in the team's history. Oh, and he's only 21, so he is also one of the youngest announcers in Major League Baseball history. The University of Illinois at Chicago first-semester senior made his debut with the team on Monday night.

Cubs hire Jeremiah Paprocki, 21, as first Black public address announcer. See story here. https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/cubs-hire-jeremiah-paprocki-21-as-teams-first-black-public-address-announcer/


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