The Jackie Robinson statue stolen last week has been recovered, but not in the condition many had hoped. After being chopped off from the ankle up, only the cleats of Robinson’s statue remained at a public park in Wichita, Kansas. As authorities searched for the perpetrators, they reviewed surveillance footage showing several people entering the […]

Top 15 Best Fights In MLB History Fights occasionally occur in Major League Baseball (MLB) games, adding an element of intensity to the sport. These altercations can arise from various factors such as: Heated rivalries Player disagreements Getting hit or hitting another player on purpose with the ball Retaliation for a previous incident Pure passion […] The post Top 15 Best Fights In MLB History appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

Nationals Park stadium is just one of 20 stadiums named a finalist for Best Stadium Food in the country. Other contenders for the award include...

Cleveland Guardians star Jose Ramirez and Chicago White Sox infielder Tim Anderson were both ejected tonight after a fight broke out in the sixth inning.

If the MLB really wants more U.S.–born Blacks to play baseball again, then it will need to bring baseball back to the hood. The post Why Are There So Few Black American Players In Major League Baseball? appeared first on NewsOne.

Some may say that sports fans witnessed the most senseless. ejection in sports history, as Realmuto was ejected from a preseason game.

Nationals managing principal owner Ted Lerner died Sunday at home in Maryland "He cherished the franchise and what it brought to his beloved hometown.”

Houston Astros Celebrates World Series Win With Over $400,000 Worth of 50 Cent's Champagne.

MLB remembers Roberto Clemente on the 21st annual Roberto Clemente Day.

On Twitter, many are saluting the legendary second baseman, and teams across the MLB are joining together to honor number 42.

Major League Baseball and The Baseball Writers' Association of America has once again did Barry Bonds dirty.

Black History

Buck O’Neil—the MLB’s first Black coach—was posthumously inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.