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MLB’s Hall of Fame Has Become The Hall of Game


The Baseball Hall of Fame is losing credibility at the same rate as our POTUS. The Baseball Writer's Association of America's voting process has become the Wild Wild West. Theres no longer any legitimate basis for induction or exc

MLB and MLBPA Jointly Contribute $1 million to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum


 The Major League Baseball Players Association and Major League Baseball  announced on Wednesday that they are jointly contributing $1 million to the Kansas City-based

70 Years Ago, Jackie Robinson Changed Society Forever


As has been tradition each April 15th since 2009, MLB will celebrate Jackie Robinson Day with all players and on-field personnel wearing

World Series Home-Field Advantage Will Go To The Team With The Best Record


Starting next season, home-field advantage in the World Series will no longer be determined by the winner of the MLB All Star Game.

The change, first reported by the Associated Press, will reportedly be part of the tentative new collective b

Called Out At Home


The Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture recently released a new study which posits that the decline in Black U.S. male baseball participation is coincident with the decreased presence of Black fatherhood in the home.

The s

MLB and The Jackie Robinson Foundation Up The Scholarship Ante


April 13th is Jackie Robinson day, when the baseball world annually celebrates Robinson's barrier-breaking entrance and unrivaled contributions to MLB from his integration of baseball in 1947 to his mourned death in 1972.

Every player will b

Strike Three!


Once upon a time, baseball was a staple of the black community, sitting at the same dais of cultural entities as the church, jazz and barber shops/beauty salons. 

However, over the last 30 years, African American player participation

Our Game 2: Curtis Pride, MLB’s New “Ambassador of Inclusion” 


Diversity in pro sports, particularly in leadership positions, has been a trending topic of late.

While MLB has lost some of its diversity on the field since the late '70s and '80s, when African-American ballers comprised almost

Tom Brady Refused To Be Roger Goodell’s Osama Bin Laden


When Barack Obama's unprecedented tenure is over and history reflects on the country's first African-American POTUS, he wi