Throughout June we’ll be chronicling on this page the support that various athletes, teams, leagues and athletic departments are showing for the LGBTQ community and Pride Month.

This is in addition to the countless teams and leagues that have changed their social-media avatars to Pride rainbow, and the 29 Pride Nights taking place in Major League Baseball.

A sampling of the Pride support in sports, which we’ll update regularly…

Dallas Wings

The Dallas Wings got their first-ever sell-out at College Park Center on June 9 for the team’s Pride Night. A big draw was certainly Brittney Griner, playing for the Phoenix Mercury.

Washington Spirit

The NWSL team hosting a drag show for the ages on June 3, with a halftime that “will go down in Spirit history,” the club said.

Scott Laughton, Philadelphia Flyers

The NHL Players’ Association is celebrating Pride by changing their Twitter avatar to rainbow. They also highlighted the support Philadelphia Flyers’ Scott Laughton shows the community “year-round.” They quoted Laughton: “I think people should be welcome to play the game of hockey. … It doesn’t matter who you love….”

Washington Nationals

The Nationals hosted their annual Night Out on Tuesday, June 6. And part of the festivities were Pride flags on bikes for the Presidents Race, plus drag queen Lady Camden. Plus their Night Out giveaway — an awesome Pride bobblehead — is Ken Schultz’s favorite Pride giveaway of the year. The Nationals also changed their social media avatar to Pride rainbow.

Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies were part of the Mid South Pride celebration in Memphis, handing out rainbow necklaces as part of the celebration. The team is selling Pride merchandise, including with the tagline “Memphis Is Love.”

Gritty, Philadelphia Flyers

Pro sports’ most popular mascot again celebrated Pride, carrying the Pride rainbow flag for the Philadelphia Flyers and sharing some pics on Twitter.

Minnesota United FC fans

Fans of Minnesota United FC unfurled a massive banner during the club’s Pride Night against Toronto FC, telling trans people they “belong here.” The banner was in the shape of the Minnesota, and in the colors of the trans pride flag.

Julio Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners

An outfielder for the Mariners, Rodriguez tweeted his support of the LGBTQ community wearing a rainbow “Love Wins” shirt with heart and rainbow-flag emojis. From the Dominican Republic, Rodriguez was last season’s AL Rookie of the Year and an All-Star. He’s again a candidate for the All-Star Game, and you can vote here.

Marcus Strohman, Chicago Cubs

Cubs pitcher Marcus Strohman tweeted his support for the LGBTQ community and put his money where his mouth is, promising donations to three different LGBTQ-focused charities: Brave Space in Chicago, Hetrick-Martin Institute in New York and The 519 in Toronto.