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January 31 has produced three of the most historically and dominant ballplayers in MLB history.
Jackie Robinson, the first African-american to play in the majors, was born on this day in 1919 on a cotton field plantation in Georgia. The youn
Im thinking this is a dilemma that MLB can handle with one swipe of a credit card. Besides for the fact that it sounds like another one of those juice jobs by caretakers who prey on the finances of those that they are entrusted to take car
The thought of becoming one of segregated MLB’s mythical ambassadors was a pipe dream for a black teenager growing up in the heart of The Lone Star State during the segregated 40s;
Today it was announced that "Mr. Cub," Ernie Banks, passed away. He was 83.
Part of the Windy City elite, alongside the likes of Michael Jordan, Walter Payton and Dick Butkus to name a few, Banks was the first Black player on the
The story of Ernie Davis is one of triumph and tragedy. Born in New Salem, Pennsylvania, Davis was raised by his maternal grandparents until he was 12 years old before moving to Elmira, New York to live with his mother and stepfather. H
A President has to be a leader for all people regardless of his personal ethnicity, race or beliefs. So, when deciding which President in your lifetime was the best POTUS, myriad factors are taken into account. A candidate's position on abortion, w
When discussing MLBs greatest Black Knights of All-Time, Frank Robinson is up on Baseballs B