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List of MLB Club Activities Celebrating Jackie Robinson Day 2020

Jackie Robinson's impact and his legacy extend far beyond the baseball field. He was a three-sport college athlete, politician, social activist, civil rights leader...

Vandy’s Rocker Channels The Black Ace Gods For Historic College No-Hitter

Kumar Rocker, you are appreciated. Remember the name Kumar Rocker. He’s not only got a potentially legendary right wing, but he embodies everything that...

CC Sabathia Crushed The Game This Weekend With Black Aces Cleats


TSL has often reported on MLBs Black Aces, the 15 African-American pitchers in MLB history to have won 20 or more games in a single

D.C.’s MLB All-Star Week Is Dripping With Diversity


As Major League Baseballs All-Star game rolls into Washington D.C., once known as the Chocolate City, the league has stepped up its already commendable efforts to capture and celebrate baseballs

Hank Aaron Wouldn’t Go To Trump’s White House If You Paid Him


A White House invite has become one of the more detested tickets in town since Trump

Satchel Paige Passed Away On This Day In 1982


On this day in 1982, the forever youthful Leroy Satchel Paige died at the age of 75. 

For most of his career, Paige w

Claire Smith Blazed A Trail For Women In Sports Journalism


Over the past decade there has been an explosion of women entering the field of sports journalism in various capacities, whether it be as on-air personalities, journalists, producers, editors, radio hosts or executives. 


From Legacy Square To Andrew McCutchen


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 in embracing diversity within Major League Baseball,

Watch Out Cincy, Kansas City Here They Come ! 


The starters for the 86th All-Star Game presented by T-Mobile were announced on Sunday night, and the defending AL champions (Kansas City Royals) are still getting mad love. Since they shocked the baseball world and almost won the World

Our Game 2: MLB Goes Sunday Stadium Retro With “Dressed To The Nines” Day 


Eric Newland and George Dalton are two brilliant baseball minds and Negro League fans and historians that I've recently gotten a chance to meet and spend time with, just shooting the breeze about America'