Michael Pinball Clemons, retired Canadian Football player, who played 12-years for the Toronto Argonauts, where he also served twice as Coach for this team and is now Vice-Chair for this organization. Michael was chatting with Reginald Show behind the scene at the Huddle Up Bully Prevention Rally, which took place at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on November 23rd, 2016, that was part of the 104th Grey Cup Festival.
Michael Pinball Clemons has over the years & continues to this day leave a huge mark within Toronto plus many other parts of Canada. As he is one of the most popular professional athletes in the history of Toronto
During the conversation, Michael Pinball Clemons talked about how he was born to an 18-year-old single mother and how she been a huge supporter of his over the years. He also shared how he has changed the name of his non-profit organization to the “Pinball Foundation.” Plus so much more.