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

The "Tomahawk Chop” is racist and if you cannot acknowledge this, it means you are drowning in white privilege.

NBA champion Giannis Antetokounmpo acquired an ownership stake in the Milwaukee Brewers.

The Hess Corporation awarded the Jackie Robinson Foundation with a $1.4 million grant for the creation of scholarships and a new museum.

LeBron James and his business partner Maverick Carter are part-owners of the Boston Red Sox.

The baseball hero overcame defining odds as one of the most prolific athletes over the last century. He died on Jan. 22 from an unknown cause.

Bianca Smith has made history as the MLB’s first Black woman coach.

Olympic gold medalist Natasha Watley is hosting a summer program for Los Angeles youth.

The HBCU World Series was created to increase the representation of Black athletes in college baseball.

NewsOne Now continues its conversation with Gardner about the process of getting released from prison after serving 27 years.

The FBI has launched a civil rights probe in relation to the incident.

Baseball has lost one of its most beloved ambassadors with the passing of Hall of Fame inductee and Negro League legend Monte Irvin. Irvin, who was named Major League Baseball’s first Black executive, was 96. Born February 25, 1919 in Haleburg, Ala., Irvin and his family relocated to Orange, N.J. when he was young. While […]