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The Last Dance: When Michael Jordan Made Baseball Cool Again

Baseball has gone from the No. 1 sport for Black folks in America (remember Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in 1947?) to a...

It’s Time For Bo Porter To Get His Second Shot

With only a handful of games left in the MLB season, there are currently three MLB job openings that will be filled during the...

Cleveland Indians Donate To Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria Relief


The news cycle has pushed the devastation of Hurricane Maria out the forefront of Americas consciousness b

The Cleveland Indians Are Chasing History To Break MLB’s Next Curse


Its officially a new era in baseball. The Cubs broke a 108-year World Series drought by defeating the C

TSL World Series Wild Out: Cleveland Takes Game 1


The Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago Cubs 6-0 in Game 1 of the 2016 World Series.

The Indians, who havent won a World Series since 1948 sent their ace Corey Kluber to the mound against Jon Lester, the No. 2 hurler for the Chicago Cubs, w

MLB Brothers Balling: Playoff Price Still Not Right


That finicky, discriminatory, subjective, erratic and unpredictable beast called the MLB Playoffs strikes with a double-edge blade.

One side cuts into the greatest aspects of a ballplayer and duplicates the potency of their effectiveness time

MLB Brothers Balling: Rajai Davis Is A Vital Veteran


Some might call Cleveland Indians outfielder Rajai Davis a journeyman. The 35 year old from Norwich, Connecticut was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 38th round (1,134th overall) of the 2001 Major League Baseball Draft as a second baseman.

The Rise and Fall of Phillies First Baseman Ryan Howard


This week’s class at the 

Red Sox Need To Get Back On Their Grind


Don't look now, but the Red Sox turned into losers of six of their last 10 and now find themselves in a tie for first with the Rays. It's hard to say where this team is going to end up in the American League standings, whether it's

Pitching Chris Perez On August 5th Is Like Mixing Vodka and Milk 


Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez needs to just stay in bed next August 5th, because he’s likely to be pitching in another late-inning squeaker against a Detroit team