On this day in 1982, the forever youthful Leroy Satchel Paige died at the age of 75. For most of his career, Paige w
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Kumar Rocker, you are appreciated.
Anderson could be the savior the MLB needs to reinfuse Black culture into the game.
You can call the cops on some innocent Black folks BBQing and enjoying life. You can eve
The Shadow League has written many pieces on baseball and the sports relationship with the African-American community.
Mamie Johnson stood 5-foot-3, yet the size of what she accomplished is immeasurable. As a woman playing professional baseball in the Negro Leagues, she was given her nickname by an
In October of 2015 ussportshistory.com wrote a piece about a historical tragedy that recently occurred in Pittsburgh.The Pirates -- a franchise that has been among the the leaders
The hot knock on baseball is that it has lost its appeal in the Black community, as evidenced by the 8.5 percent of African-American players on MLB rosters. The '70s, '80s and earl
Its been 110 years since Chicago had a Cubs-White Sox subway series. Or should I say horse and carriage series? That was In 1906. The Sox, a feeble hitting team with a ridicul
It has to be tough to be a traditional baseball fan these days. Names like Molitor, Brett, and Ripken arent as synonymous as they used to be. Increasingly, fans have to get used to