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On Sept. 1, 1971, the Pirates became the first MLB team to field an all-Black and Latino lineup
The 1971 contest was the first to feature two Black starting pitchers, Vida Blue and Dock Ellis
The Hall of Fame has enshrined mediocre talents and stone-cold racists. It can open its doors for the home run king.
The league waffled for days until black players forced the commissioner to postpone Opening Day
Hank Aaron, Frank Robinson and more spoke out to create a standoff between MLB and the state of Florida
Former Major Leaguer believes he has been excluded because of his cocaine use and brashness when he played the game
Oh, you didn’t know? We got you.
Toronto pitcher could have played for Puerto Rico team that also made the finals
Statues of Satchel Paige and Larry Doby, who played for Cleveland in ’48 World Series victory, are gone from Legacy Square