Rare Jackie Robinson Rookie Jersey Up For AuctionA rare jersey from Jackie Robinson's historic rookie season with the Brooklyn Dodgers 70 years ago is up for auction.
Rachel Robinson To Receive O'Neil Award For Baseball HallRachel Robinson will receive the Buck O'Neil Lifetime Achievement Award from baseball's Hall of Fame on July 29, the day before this year's induction ceremony.
Jackie Robinson Statue Unveiled At Dodger StadiumA bronze statue of Jackie Robinson stealing home was unveiled at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, an idea stemming from a meeting shortly after the team's new ownership took control in 2012.
Orioles To Celebrate 70th Anniversary Of Jackie Robinson DayIn recognition of the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball, the Orioles will honor Robinson’s legacy during Saturday’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays at 1:07 p.m. ET.
Orioles Will Honor #42 Jackie Robinson TonightThe Orioles will join MLB in honoring the legacy of Jackie Robinson by wearing No. 42 jerseys tonight.
Top 5 Baseball Opening Day MomentsSome opening day moments changed baseball forever, others are just really cool. Here are our top 5.
University Of Maryland Announces Lacy-Smith Sports Journalism AwardThe University of Maryland has announced the creation of an annual award that will be given to a sports journalist or broadcaster who has made "significant contributions to racial and gender equality in sports."
A Lesson From ’42:’ Local Students Attend Jackie Robinson Movie ScreeningSeveral hundred Anne Arundel County high school students attended a special movie screening Thursday morning, one with an important message.
Steve Davis: Jason Collins Coming OutCount me among those who applaud Jason Collins for his courage in announcing that he is gay. It is a gutsy step.
Mark Zinno: Collins Comes OutZinno had national writer Dan Levy of Bleacher Report on to discuss Jason Collins' coming out as the first openly gay player for an American pro sports team.
Legacy Of Jackie Robinson Lives On Through Essay ContestJackie Robinson broke racial barriers on and off the baseball diamond. In 1947, he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers, becoming the first black Major League Baseball player.