On Sept. 1, 1971, the Pirates started nine black and Latino players, the first all-minority starting lineup in MLB history.
HGH is indeed banned under the Joint Drug Agreement between MLB and the Players Association.
But for now there are gay men in the NFL, NBA, and MLB who feel they're unable to come out.
But he is the first from the Big Four sports leagues—NBA, NFL, MLB, and NHL—to do while still active.
Marchman takes it as a given that MLB basing its case on the say-so of a sketchy Floridian drug-dealer is preposterous.
For the start of the baseball season, former MLB player Doug Glanville shares his favorite books on the sport.
Calls had mounted for a major sports team player to come out—an NBA, NFL, NHL, or MLB athlete.
So, why do we still crush on Jeter when it's easy to disregard him as the Adam Levine of the MLB?
Having a major movie backing up the program can only bolster its relationship with MLB.
That is beside the point to a certain extent—HGH is against MLB rules, and rules are rules.