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Aaron Judge’s Injury History Is Concerning, But His Baseball Talent Is A Nightmare For Opponents

Aaron Judge is a gift and a curse for the Yankees. He's a gift because rarely do we see Paul Bunyan wielding a Lousiville Slugger. He's a curse in some ways because we've only seen him at his best for one season. . Judge’s injury history is well noted and every time...

Brown On The Mound: Taijuan Walker & Marcus Stroman Black Ball Phillies 

MLbbro.com told you early in the season to keep an eye on the New York Mets rotation and the squad's melanated mound marauders; Taijuan Walker and Marcus Stroman. The team from Queens is one of just two MLB rotations with two Black starting pitchers. (Seattle Mariners...

Minnesota Twins vs. Red Sox Game Postponed Following Daunte Wright Killing By Minnesota PD

Daunte Wright was stopped by Minnesota Police for having air fresheners in his window after his mother gave him $50 to get a carwash on Sunday. That simple stop resulted in Wright's death. In the wake of another egregious shooting of an unarmed Black man, the...

Taylor Trammell Is Quickly Getting The Hang Of This MLB Thing

Contributor | Kevin Moore Taylor Trammell got an opportunity to take center stage in centerfield for the Seattle Mariners when a deep bone bruise landed AL Rookie of the Year Kyle Lewis on the 10-day IL to start the 2021 season. With Lewis reportedly out two more...

Top Prospect CJ Abrams Can Boost Padres Offense

Heading into Saturday’s interleague matchup with the Texas Rangers, the San Diego Padres were off to a 5-3 start, just a game behind the defending champion Los Angeles Dodgers. The team’s winning record can largely be attributed to some great pitching....

Taijuan Walker Was Catching Bodies In His First Mets Start

Taijuan Walker earned every penny of his two-year, $20 million dollar deal he inked with the Mets in February. The 6-foot-4 Walker was dominant for 6 innings in his Citifield debut.  https://twitter.com/MLBbrodotcom/status/1380269152724791296   He didn’t get the...

HIGH FIVE: Top 5 Black & Brown MLB Bros Week 1

The Major League Baseball season has completed a week's worth of games and several MLB Bros are already making major noise. From seemingly earning the keys to the city to being atop the leaderboards in major statistical categories, their impact has been felt.  Here...

Real Deal Akil Inspired By Mays, Griffey Jr., & Bonds: He’s A Whole Mood In The D

Just when you thought it was safe to turn away from the TV, Real Deal Akil Baddoo comes through on Tuesday with his first career walk-off hit.  https://twitter.com/MLBbrodotcom/status/1379544117798182920   It's the bottom of the 10th inning with runners on first...

Marcus Semien & George Springer: Toronto Blue Jays Invested In Soul To Fill The Holes

The Toronto Blue Jays’ 32-28 record last season earned the franchise its first postseason appearance in four years, and some lofty expectations for 2021.  Adding 3x All-Star outfielder George Springer along with veteran shortstop Marcus Semien has only bolstered...

Eggcellent MLB Debut for Real Deal Akil on Easter Sunday

What a way to set off a career. What a day for the future of Black baseball. In storybook fashion, Akil Baddoo jumped all over the first pitch of his Major League career and drilled a 373-foot opposite field homer over the left-field fence. He is now the ninth player...

Byron Buxton Launches MVP Campaign With Two Nukes In First Two Games Of 2021

After starting the season with two homers in his first two games, baseball writer Joel Sherman considers Byron Buxton an MVP candidate if he can stay healthy and get on base more.

Web Walker Ke’Bryan Hayes Let’s His Stick Bark On Opening Day

Ke’Bryan Hayes knows how to make a debut.  The 24-year-old third baseman made his first Opening Day start one to remember; blasting a 410 foot shot off of Kyle Hendricks to give his Pittsburgh Pirates a 2-0 lead in a 5-3 win over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. “It...

Mookie Betts’ Lemon Pepper Freestyle Flow Is Just Different

This generation doesn't have a Ken Griffey Jr., but we do have Los Angeles Dodgers all-world outfielder Markus Lynn "Mookie" Betts. At 5-foot-9 Betts is a bit shorter than the statuesque Griffey, but “The Kid” told you himself, that baseball isn’t about the size of...

Byron Buxton’s In Full Beast Mode, Rain, Hail Sleet Or Snow

Byron Buxton has stamped his name as an early MVP candidate in 2021 and by doing so has shown he is one of the best players in Major League Baseball.  https://youtu.be/HKo5dHdlV6A   The MLB Network crew were raving about him and metrics master Brian Kenny named...

Barry Bonds’ Strange Love Affair With April 12th

There’s something about MLB Homer King Barry Bonds and April 12th. While Bonds’ incomparable bat created more memories than we can remember, several of his career-defining moments occurred on this date. MLbbro.com contributor David Grubb takes us to school on Bonds’...

Play-By-Play King Dave Sims Is A Five-Tool Practitioner Of His Profession

MLBbro.com reporter David Grubb had an in-depth conversation with one of the very best broadcasters in the business, Seattle Mariners play-by-play announcer Dave Sims.     If Sims were a ballplayer (and he was up to a point) he’d be described as a...

The Soul Patrol Had New York Blacking Out In The ’96 World Series

Rob Parker details the story of "The Soul Patrol."     Three Black players propelled the New York Yankees to victory in the 1996 World Series, sparking a dynasty that captured three of the next four World Series titles.  

Chris Archer’s Sore Arm Won’t Derail His Comeback Tour

Chris Archer’s first start in Tampa Bay since the Rays traded him to Pittsburgh in July 2018, was highly anticipated. Could he regain the form that made him one of the more dominant pitchers in baseball a half-decade ago? Gone are the black and blonde dreads that flew...

The Two Best Managers In MLB Right Now Are Bros

Dave Roberts of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Dusty Baker of the Houston Astros are the only two managers of African American descent in Major League Baseball. Both men are leading their clubhouses and have their squads tied for most wins in the league. The...

Chris Archer Returns To Tampa Bay, Hoping To Reboot & Rebrand His Once Electrifying Career 

Chris Archer wasn't exactly kicking butts and taking names in his first relief appearance for the Tampa Bay Rays. The 32-year-old veteran gave up 3 runs, 4 hits in two innings of relief. It wasn't the style of homecoming Archer had imagined.  ...

We’re Not Gonna Hold You, But It’s Time For The Angels To Bring Up Jo Adell

On Sunday the Los Angeles Angels announced that right fielder Dexter Fowler was officially lost for the season with a torn ACL. Initially, it was thought that Fowler sprained his knee after he fell awkwardly last Friday in a game against the Toronto Blue Jays.   ...

Dee Strange Gordon Looks To Get It Up & Keep It Stuck With The Brewers

After rebranding himself in honor of his late mother, former batting champion Dee Strange-Gordon looks to take advantage of a fresh start with the Brewers. Gordon had one of the unforgettable and touching baseball moments of the decade during one of the game’s most...

No Cap! Jermaine Dye was Underrated and Underappreciated

Contributor | Devon POV Mason  The Chicago White Sox have had some great players throughout franchise history, but for some reason, one superstar always flies under the radar. His name is Jermaine Dye and he helped lead the White Sox to the greatest moment in their...

#HIGHFIVE | Top Black Shortstops In MLB History

 1. Ernie Banks Mr. Cub is probably the greatest African-American shortstop to grace the MLB diamond. Banks not only set the standard for black shortstops, but he was the first true power-hitting shortstop in MLB. Banks was A-Rod before A-Rod, an icon who changed the...

Coach Prime AKA Deion Sanders Talks Baseball With MLBbro | PART 2

Deion Sanders is known for being the greatest cornerback in NFL history and he's as recognizable as ever in his dual role as the head football coach at Jackson State and brand ambassador for HBCU football. The Gen Xers might not know that Sanders was also a very good...

Mark Gray Goes First To Third, Rounding The Bases On Key Injuries To Top Black Stars

Injuries have inflicted some of MLB's best Black Knights early in the 2021 season. MLBbro.com's Mark Gray updates us on baseball's Blackout.     https://youtu.be/88nxUMRp1e0    

Coach Prime AKA Deion Sanders Talks Baseball With MLBbro | PART 1

Deion Sanders is known for being the greatest cornerback in NFL history and he's as recognizable as ever in his dual role as the head football coach at Jackson State and brand ambassador for HBCU football. The Gen Xers might not know that Sanders was also a very good...

April 8, 1974: Hammerin’ Hank Aaron Hits 715, Bumps Bambino, Elevates Black Baseball

Hank Aaron passed away back in January at age 86. Baseball has suffered some considerable losses in the past few years: Lou Brock, Bob Gibson, Dick Allen, Tony Fernandez, Tom Seaver, Tommy Lasorda and Don Sutton, just to name a few. It seemed as if Aaron would live...

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LEOVICI x JP Crawford “42” Hoodie Honors Jackie Robinson

In honor of Jackie Robinson Day on April 15th, the newly launched LEOVICI, is hooking up with Seattle Mariners Gold Glove shortstop J.P. Crawford to drop a limited edition LEOVICI x JP Crawford “42'' hoodie.  The garment features a black and white portrait of Jackie...

Giancarlo vs. Judge: MLBbro’s Brandon Carr Takes The Proven Guy

Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge haven't been able to stay healthy enough to remain in the lineup together and be the force that the Yankees expected when they paired Stanton (fresh off an MVP and 59-homer season in Miami) with Judge, a phenom who hit 52 bombs to...

Don’t Even Watch Pirates Games For The Next 10 Days…Ke’Bryan Hayes Is Hurt

Ke’Bryan Hayes is still one to watch. It’s just that right now, everyone is watching the progress of his wrist rather than the power he generates with the flick of them. Just 12 innings into his 2021 season, rookie sensation Ke’Bryan Hayes finds himself on the 10-day...

Josh Harrison Reportedly Among Nats Players In COVID-19 Protocols

Josh Harrison, the Washington Nationals' versatile utility, infielder is reportedly one of 10 players in the team's COVID-19 protocol and remains quarantined. Harrison is on a list that reportedly includes Kyle Schwarber, John Lester and Alex Avilar. Schwarber,...