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Our Game 2: Monte Irvin Is Proof Black Don’t Crack


Monte Irvin, the greatest living Negro Leagues baseball player turned 95 years old today. That name may not resonate with today’s baseball fans, but it should. Irvin is another black barrier-breaker and trendsetter, who used sports as a weapo

Good Morning: Usain Bolt Is Still The Fastest Man On The Planet


Lightning still strikes in the rain: Usain Bolt maintained his title of the World's Fastest Man, winning the 100m at the World C

Good Morning: The Braves Are Taking MLB By Storm


The Atlanta Braves dominated the Miami Marlins last night for their sixth win in a row. The new-look Bravos have the best record in MLB at 8-1

Bob Motley, Dreamchaser


Buck O’Neil was playing first base for the Kansas City Monarchs, and Bob Motley, in his black uniform, was stationed nearby to umpire the bases. On a popup, Motley signaled an infield fly. The easy-going Buck disagreed. He pitched a fit unt

Black History Month: The Hall Of Game


Somewhere along the way, baseball writers got it wrong when they left out black ballplayers like Curt Flood,1234Page 4 of 4