Chuck Hinton is the founder of The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association. Voted into the 1964 All-Star game. Hinton's eleven year Major League career included stints with the expansion Washington Senators, Cleveland Indians, and California Angels. In his professional career, he played every position except pitcher. He has the distinction of being the last Senator to hit over .300. He has also enjoyed success as a baseball coach, holding the head coaching position at Howard University for twenty eight years. No other MEAC team has won more championships or more games. Now retired, he resides with his wife Irma in Washington, D.C.Hinton, Chuck is the author of 'My Time at Bat A Story of Perseverance' with ISBN 9781562290030 and ISBN 1562290037.