Hall of Famers Reggie Jackson, Dave Winfield, Andre Dawson and Derek Jeter sit down to discuss the Black gap in baseball.
We need VOICES. And we need more Black players on the field. What are we waiting for?
I basically want to do whatever I can to make sure that my life doesn’t end.
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What happened to George Floyd could have easily — and far too often — happened to me or others.
What's going on in baseball now is up there with the Black Sox scandal, and it will be talked about forever — more so than steroids.
When I woke up that morning in Fort Myers, Florida, I was sitting all alone in my underwear. No shoes. No shirt. No pants. Just underwear.
When I walk in our front door, Cali and Charley … they don’t care how I pitched. They just want to give me a big hug and have some fun.
Baseball moms go above and beyond the call of duty, and they’re almost never recognized for it. They do it out of love, plain and simple.
There’s no blueprint for how to go on after you’ve lost a newborn child. You just have to do the best you can to make it to the next day.
I'm back. Ready to roll. Ready to help this team win it all. And I am going to cherish every single second I am able to play this game.
I recognize how rare it is for someone to get the opportunity to meet their hero, let alone get to spend time with them.
When I step on that mound on opening day at the Bank, in the city I have grown to love, it will be a great honor.
I can’t express to you how THANKFUL I am, how much JOY I got playing here, and how FORTUNATE I feel to have been a Giant for so long.
If you wanna get somewhere, you’ve gotta roll your sleeves up and get to work.
Derek and Jimmy chatted about their memories together at the 22nd annual Turn 2 Foundation dinner.
This series is right there for the taking. And I’m getting goose bumps just thinking about what it’s gonna be like at the stadium.
It’s hard to imagine anything better than getting the chance to play for your favorite team growing up.
I want to leave an impact on this world that’s greater than just what I do on the baseball field.
Make Miller Park even LOUDER than normal. And then, we’ll feed off that energy and, well … let’s just see what happens, Milwaukee.
Nothing has ever been easy for long, and nothing has ever been perfect for long. But I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I’m ready to put on that White Sox uniform and show you all what I can do. I’ve been waiting to play pro ball in Chicago since I was 11.
You’ll be out chasing the females and snorting coke before summer hits. It’ll be nonstop partying. At home. On the road. It won’t matter.