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And the tennis queen is touched.
Baseball legend presses rewind to 1989.
Retiring shortstop can’t avoid the adulation Yankees and their fans have for him.
When athletic brilliance is interrupted by injury.
Is LeBron James gearing up for second stint in Cleveland?
Sportswriters' stubbornness towards celebrating the careers of ballplayers from the steroid era is hurting baseball's legacy.
On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson broke major league baseball's color barrier and helped pave the way for Black athletes to excel in the sport.
MLB has not done enough to build interest in its game in the inner city and urban communities.