Juneteenth & Father’s Day & Elite MLBbro Play Made This Weekend A Cultural Hit For MLB

On Father’s Day, Shed Long Jr. had his first home run of the season, a grand slam to lift the Seattle Mariners to a dramatic fashion.   Daz Cameron also had a hot Father’s Day stick, to the...

Tommy Pham’s Bat Is Wide Awake & Just In Time To Keep The Padres In The Race

Tommy Pham is doing everything in his power to keep the San Diego Padres in contention. 

CC Sabathia’s Physical Transformation Continues In Retirement

CC Sabathia retired from baseball in 2019 after a successful career. Ever since he’s retired from the league, he’s been putting in work and transforming his body.

Jackie Bradley’s Majestic Web Keeps Him In The Game & On The Field

The 2021 season has not been going too well for Jackie Bradley Jr. at the plate, but his glove gets him mad love.

#HIGH5 | Blacks In The Bullpen To Watch’s #HighFive list of a few current black relievers and how they have fared this season.

Cedric Mullins Is An All-Star | Period, End of Story

The Baltimore Orioles may finish with the worst record in baseball this season, but Cedric Mullins is an All-Star.

Brian Goodwin Knows A Thing Or Two About First Impressions

When it comes to making a good first impression, Chicago White Sox outfielder Brian Goodwin does that well. 

#HIGHFIVE | Top 5 MLBbros (Week 10)

Nobody in all of baseball had a better week at the plate than Baltimore Orioles’ center fielder Cedric Mullins, who tops our #HIGHFIVE list for Week 10 of the MLB season.

Dillon Thomas’ MLB Debut Was 10 Years In The Making | Nobody’s Doubting Him Now

After ten seasons of professional ball, 2,300 at-bats in the Minor Leagues, three organizations, and independent ball, outfielder Dillon Thomas finally got the call that the Seattle Mariners were picking up his contract from Triple-A Tacoma ahead of Tuesday’s matchup vs. the Detroit Tigers.

Big Bux Hopes To Resume His MVP Campaign

Byron Buxton is set to begin his rehab stint in Triple-A St. Paul with the hopes of returning to the Big League club this weekend.

Wood Work | Can J.P. Crawford’s Power Surge Last?

J.P. Crawford’s vibes at the plate have been immaculate as he is posting the best hitting numbers of his career through the first few months of the season. 

CM Storm Making Strong Case To Become Charm City’s First Black All-Star Since Adam Jones

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Cedric Mullins continues to make his case to represent the Birds in the American League All-Star Game and it is getting impossible to refute his claim.

Soul In The Hole Back Knight Roundup | What’s Up Black?

What’s New With Black & Brown MLB Players This Week?’s Brandon Carr let’s you know.

T Eazy Has That Legends Sauce | Cleveland Should Fall Back & Let McKenzie Clap

On Monday, Triston McKenzie earned himself a spot in the Cleveland Indians’ history book after his eight consecutive strikeouts against the Chicago White Sox.

Ke’Bryan Hayes Expected To Rejoin Pirates Thursday Barring Setback

Finally, Ke’Bryan Hayes will be back in the saddle in Pittsburgh.
The third baseman could be back in the lineup for the Pirates as early as Thursday,

Justin Dunn Is A Masterful Pitcher | His 15 Straight Quality Starts Leads The American League

With his victory over the Texas Rangers on Saturday night, Mariners MLBbro pitcher Justin Dunn extended his American League-leading streak of 15 straight starts of allowing three or fewer runs.

Hey!! Don’t Sleep On MLBbro Michael Taylor | The Royals Are A Good Fit

Kansas City Royals outfielder Michael Taylor may have found a home.

Brandon Phillips Is Still Dat Dude | Baseball, Team Ownership & Brotherhood

Brandon Phillips is still living up to the moniker “Dat Dude” as a team owner for the Lexington Legends minor league baseball team. He’s still mashing too.

Tim Anderson Bobblehead Doll Celebrates The Reemergence of Swag Culture In MLB

On Saturday, Tim Anderson’s White Sox will give away his bat flip bobblehead, which captured the most iconic moment of his career.

Triston McKenzie Gets Sent Back To The Minors For Some Fine-Tuning

Triston McKenzie wasn’t phenom - enal enough. Hence, after a seesaw start to the 2021 season, the Cleveland baseball team has chosen to option the future phenom to their Triple-A affiliate Columbus Clippers one day after losing 10-0 to the Minnesota Twins.  ...

Marcus Semien Is The Best Second Baseman In Baseball

Toronto Blue Jays infielder Marcus Semien is batting .366 this month and leads all hitters in hits with 32 and 16 extra-base hits.  His 28 runs batted in and 11 home runs would qualify to lead all major league second basemen this year

Keynan Middleton Looks to Power Soul Revival in Mariners Bullpen

Keynan Middleton has the potential to join the thin ranks of elite Black relief pitchers.

Tony Kemp Is Showing Us Why It’s Skills Over Size In MLB

Oakland A’s second baseman Kemp stands just 5’6. But that doesn’t stop him from competing at a high level on the diamond.

#HIGHFIVE| Top 5 Black & Brown MLB Players Week 7

Week 7 of the MLB season is in the books and MLB Bro Aaron Judge has finally answered our questions on whether or not he could step up and return to his MVP type form in the Bronx.  

Soul In the Hole, Black Knight Roundup| What’s Up Black?

What’s the latest with Black and Brown MLB players on

Turning an Acronym into Apparel: How Marcus Stroman Used a Slogan to Create #HDMH Clothing Brand

At 5 feet, 8 inches tall, Stroman is the shortest pitcher in the MLB, and he’s fueled by the doubters that believe height is synonymous with talent.

The proof is in his wardrobe. Yes, his wardrobe #HDMH

Black Knight Face Off: Triston McKenzie and Justus Sheffield Clash On The Bump 

In a baseball rarity, two Black pitchers –Triston McKenzie and Justus Sheffield — face each other on the bump 

Aaron Judge’s Booming Bat Was Double Trouble | Yankee Injuries Have Left Him Dolo

Aaron Judge, the 2017 American League Rookie of the Year, smashed two homers to power the Yankees past the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 on Friday night. 

Failure Is Not An Option For O’s Cedric Mullins AKA CM STORM

Starting from the bottom fuels the hustle for O’s Cedric Mullins.

Amir Garrett Is A Throwback Closer Who Uses Intimidation To Get Results

Amir Garrett, the Cincinnati Reds’ intimidating closer, will begin to serve a five-game suspension Tuesday for his role in a bench-clearing incident in a recent game against the Chicago Cubs. 

Jazz Chisolm Injury Update | Bahamian Blur On Track For Return

Miami Marlins electrifying shortstop Jazz Chisholm will return to action Tuesday for the Triple-A affiliate Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp on rehab assignment. 

JP Crawford Is More Than Just A Flashy Web

J.P. Crawford is making a strong case to win back-to-back Gold Glove Awards with a stellar start defensively to this season. But don’t sleep on Crawford’s bat; he is currently having a career year at the plate and has reached base safely in 25 of his last 28 games....

Khris Davis Is Black In Business

By Dante Miles | Contributor  Slugger Khris Davis’ much-anticipated debut will be against the Seattle Mariners at Globe Life Field in Arlington. Davis, who missed the team’s first 34 games with a grade 2 left quad strain, pinch hit on Saturday night and is batting...

Big Stick Energy | Josh Bell & Josh Harrison Leave The Yankees’ Heads Ringing

The Washington Nationals – powered by MLBbros Josh Bell and Josh Harrison – Beat the New York Yankees 11-4 on Friday night, earning their fourth win in six games.

#HIGHFIVE: Top 5 Black & Brown MLB Bros Of Week 5

This week’s #HighFIVE is highlighted by the American League Player of the Month, a man swinging the hottest bat in baseball, and a player who committed a Bro-on-Bro crime with his grand slam last Saturday.

Meet Trent Grisham, The Padres Star No One Is Talking About

The Padres made the right move in 2019 acquiring Trent Grisham and this season could be the year we see a World Series title come to San Diego.

Take That: Giancarlo Stanton Is Red Hot & Silencing The Critics

Giancarlo Stanton has received his share of flack from Yankees fans, but the former NL MVP has a 10-game hit streak and is pounding the ball to all parts of the field. Rob parker gives his take.

Devin Williams Is Grinding Back Into His Rookie of the Year Form Following Bum Shoulder

Looks like his shoulder is getting better every day as set up man Devin Williams put on a masterclass during the Milwaukee Brewers four-game homestand in which the Brew Crew took three out of four games from the Los Angeles Dodgers 

The Griffey Jr. and Sr. Air Max 1 Honors Baseball’s Royal Family

It's been five years and Nike is finally bringing back the Air Griffey Max 1 in a host of original color schemes. This time the brand isn't just honoring "The Kid." The new  Air Force 1 will commemorate both Ken Griffey Jr. and his Dad, Ken Griffey Sr. who was also a...

#HIGHFIVE | Top Black & Brown MLB Bros Of Week 4

#HIGHFIVE Week 4 features the Top 5 Black and Brown MLB players of the Week

Byron Buxton’s 5-for-5 Explosion | That MVP Talk Is Legit

Byron Buxton’s scalding hot bat has no freeze. This video alone shows you how Buxton has the potential to completely wreck a game by turning singles into doubles and being versatile with his hitting approach, able to bash or make contact and utilize his blinding...

Justin Upton Is In A Zone & Nursing A 10-Game Hit Streak

Justin Upton is one of the most storied Black baseball players in the history of baseball and he's gotten some of his swagger back early this season as he currently carries a 10-game hitting streak.   Upton is...

Cedric Mullins’ Bat Has No Chill…And Crazy Power When He’s Mashing Up The Yankees

Cedric Mullins used to be known for bunting and speed. Now he’s just known for mashing. The Orioles centerfielder smacked two homers against the struggling New York Yankees on Monday night to raise his batting average to .365

Three Blazin’ Bros Were Pitching The Gospel On Sunday

Three of the best Black pitchers MLB has to offer showed out on Sunday as they combined to go 2-0 with a respectable no-decision.  Jack Flaherty  The Cardinals’ young ace, who landed in the number five spot on our #HighFive list after a fantastic start to his Cy Young...

CC Sabathia Provides Vision For MLB Network Showcase: Clubhouse Edition

Sabathia, a six-time MLB All-Star, will join former All-Star Carlos Peña, Hall of Famer John Smoltz and host Stephen Nelson in a non-traditional game telecast format for the New York Yankees against the Cleveland Indians.

Ross Outshines Stroman As Bros Duel On The Mound in Queens

, Joe Ross met Marcus Stroman on the hill while the Nats put the entire right side of the infield in the hands of Black Knights, Josh Bell and Josh Harrison.

Kyler Murray’s MLB Dream Is Still In Play

Major League Baseball and the National Football League have shared plenty of players over the years; most famously Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders, who were able to compete at the highest levels of both leagues for multiple seasons. In 1990, Bo became the first person to...

You Don’t Know Jack!

But you don’t know Jack. Born biracial and adopted by a single mother, Flaherty identifies as African American, and he has made it known by his actions both on and off the diamond. 

The Return Of Kyle Lewis Has The Mariners Thinking Audaciously

The Mariners have kept the ship afloat without him, but with Kyle Lewis back from a deep knee bruise that kept him off the field for the first 17 games of the season, they look to take the American League West crown and run with it.

Triston McKenzie Was Giving Off Those Ohtani Vibes

Triston McKenzie came into the Red’s house, left the lights on, and didn’t bother cleaning up the dishes as he struck out 7 and recorded his first career hit in his start Saturday afternoon. The Indians former top prospect got his second start of the year and was a...

American League Black Knights Battling Injury Bug

Finally, the Chicago White Sox saw Tim Anderson in the lineup and not just on the cover of his video game.  The White Sox resident batting champ and web gem manufacturer returned from a 10-day bit on the injured list in time to strap up for Jackie Robinson Day with...

MLB’s Bros Showed Out For Jackie Robinson Day

For the 17th year in a row, Major League Baseball celebrated its most important holiday: Jackie Robinson Day.   Every April 15th since 2004 players and coaches from each team wear Jackie’s No. 42 on the backs of their jerseys in honor of him being the first to break...

MLB Is Joining The Fight For Diversity, Making Jackie Robinson Day Meaningful

Major League Baseball did a tremendous thing in 2004, something still unparalleled in professional sports, in establishing a day for Jackie Robinson, and retiring his jersey number across the league.  MLB and Clubs will commemorate Jackie Robinson Day at ballparks...

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.   He didn’t get the...

#HIGHFIVE| 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.   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.

Home Boi Highlights | J.P. Crawford

Rob Parker gives Seattle Mariners shortstop J.P. Crawford major love this week as the MLBbro continues to dismiss any doubts about his ability to rake.

MLBbro Show TV | What Was Crackin’ On This Week?

Rob Parker revisits the best of’s coverage of Black and Brown MLB players this week. 

MLBbro Show Podcast/Mixtape With Da Gambler | 06/16/21


Bobby Bradley Isn’t Giving Cleveland A Chance To Send Him Back To The Minors

David Grubb goes first to third, highlighting Cleveland Indians rookie first baseman and MLBbro Bobby Bradley, who is scorching the ball and could make a major impact on the AL Central division race with his power bat.

Tony Kemp Weekend In New York | He’s A Tall Order For Opposing Pitchers

Tony Kemp put on a Broadway show this weekend in New York.

#HIGHFIVE | Top 5 MLBbros (Week 11)

#HIGHFIVE | Top 5 MLBbros (Week 10)

Dusty Baker & Tony La Russa | First Face Off Between Two 70-Year-Old Managers In MLB History

Dusty Baker and Tony Larussa have a combined 68 years of baseball managerial experience and 4,703 wins between them, including Thursday night’s 10-2 win by the Astros over the White Sox on Thursday. 

George Springer Is One Step Closer To His MLB Return

Tuesday night marked the return of Toronto Blue Jays high-priced outfielder George Springer.

BIRDWATCHIN: Cedric Mullins Talks To About His All-Star Chances

Cedric Mullins left no doubt who is the most deserving all-star candidate to represent Birdland last weekend in Charm City.  Mullins blasted four home runs in the first two games of a Father’s Day weekend series in Camden Yards against the Toronto Blue Jays.

New Foreign Substance Rule Won’t Affect MLBbros | You Know How We Play

Brandon Carr gives his emphatic and somewhat comical take on MLB’s new rules and punishment set for pitchers who use foreign substances to get a better grip on the ball and/or increase spin rate. 

Barry Bonds | MLB Home Run King Turned Canine King? 

Jala Norman gives her take on MLB legend Barry Bonds and his sister Cheryl Dugan entering a miniature schnauzer named Rocky, in the Westminster Kennel Club Show this past weekend. 

The Future Of Baseball Cards Meets Josh Gibson’s Past To Set The Present Straight's Mark Gray talks with Jason Schwartz (Heavy J Studios) whose quest to make a change in the world led him to birth the Art Card movement, which is now a driving force in the campaign to get Negro League icon, Josh Gibson, his due.  ...

LaMonte Wade Jr. Is The Real Deal & He’s Here To Stay

LaMonte Wade Jr. is in his third MLB season and his first with the San Francisco Giants. 

Let’s just say that Wade Jr. is making a great impression in his first season with his new team

MLBbro All-Star Voting Update

By Jaelen Ogadhoh  | Intern   The 91st Midsummer Classic is less than a month away, and many of this season’s top-performing MLBbros are raking in the fan votes. Ballots for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game opened on June 3, allowing fans to vote their...

(Some) Negro League Stats Officially Recognized By

Negro League Baseball records have been added to the Baseball-Reference website, meaning players such as Josh Gibson can take his statistical place amongst his white legendary counterparts.

Dusty Baker Wins Everywhere He Goes | Ain’t Nothing Changed In Houston

Dusty Baker, the winningest Black manager in MLB history, has his Houston Astros sporting the best offense in baseball as they currently lead the MLB in almost every hitting category.

The Roller Coaster Ride Of MLBbro Hurler Joe Ross

Rachel Hill talks about the best and worst of Joe Ross, who has flashes of brilliance mixed with moments of struggle. His inconsistency reflects the character of his Washington Nationals team.

Jala Norman Speaks To Lack of Diversity & Opportunity In MLB Media

Jala Norman suggests that MLB needs to diversify its media coverage and have more Black announcers.

RIP To Jim “Mudcat ” Grant | The OG Black Ace

Mudcat passed away on Saturday at the age of 85, leaving MLB with another lost icon.  

“The Kid” Joins The Exclusive 600 Home Run Club This Week In 2008’s Mark Gray recalls Ken Griffey Jr.’s historic 600th home run.