If you have the miracle of satellite radio, I hope you'll tune into my "Talking Baseball" show Saturday at 10AM Eastern on XM 175. The greater part of the show will be devoted to Black History Month. One segment I eagerly look forward to is a conversation with one of the great hitters of the modern age, Al Oliver (EDitorial: Al Oliver unquestionably belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame). On September 1, 1971, Oliver was part of a Pittsburgh Pirates line-up made up entirely of minorities. The line-up included two Hall of Famers, the great Clemente and Willie Stargell. Dock Ellis started the game as the Pirates beat Philadelphia 10-7. We'll also talk to Bob Scott who will recount his days as a righthanded pitcher and first baseman on the New York Black Yankees from 1946-50. Now 79, Bob won 79 games in the Negro Leagues and had a career batting average of.278. We'll also speak with Hal Richman, who, as an 11-year-old, invented Strat-o-Matic Baseball, one of the greatest board games of all time. After three years on interpreting the statistics, Start-o-Matic is introducing a 103-card subset of players from the Negro Leagues. This task was daunting as coverage of and statistics from the Negro Leagues was spotty at best, due to the fact that the Arican-American newspapers publishing at the time were weeklies. We'll also talk with Dr. Charles Yesalis, a worldwide authority on performance enhancing drugs in the wake of Major League Baseball's decision to introduce testing for HGH into the minor leagues.