While both Houston and Philadelphia have had their homophobic nadirs, the Fall Classic finds both teams on the right side of history. Here’s the 2022 LGBTQ World Series Preview.
Want to make it past the first round in October? Don’t rip the rainbow Pride logo off of your jerseys.
Since coming out as gay and signing with a new team, Bates has been embraced by his teammates.
Bates has struck out more than half the batters he’s faced,
Bryan Ruby has found acceptance from teammates, and inspiration in Solomon Bates.
Bates’ big league dream continues.
While climbing the Minor League Baseball ladder, Bates developed a sense of belief in himself that shone through when he came out publicly as gay this week.
Before becoming a successful doctor on a TV show, Brad Schaeffer played baseball as he struggled with discovering his true self.
Bates had been in the San Francisco Giants Minor League system until he was released this week.
In addition advising the ‘A League of Their Own’ TV series, Blair recounts how the AAGBPL was the first place many gay and lesbian players were able to meet others like them.
As baseball evolves, Ruby sees first-hand why more LGBTQ visibility and advocacy are needed in his sport.
The gay former umpire visited eight Pride Nights and saw how baseball teams are building a sense of community among their LGBTQ fans.
At a time when the drag community is under attack, the Sox and Mets show their support for the art form.
From rainbow hoodies to pregame dance parties to Dale Scott’s first pitch tour, 28ish teams are celebrating MLB Pride. Take a wild guess whom we’re still waiting on.
Through his support for our community, Sox closer also demonstrates the impact that being a good ally can have on LGBTQ fans and players.
Bryan Ruby was told that he wouldn’t get work in baseball if he came out. Now he’s showing the true path to inclusion.
Adam’s message about our ‘lifestyle’ reinforces an ugly stereotype about how athletes view the LGBTQ community.
The Burke family’s first pitch is an indication that although it took decades, the Dodgers are finally dedicated to elevating a trailblazing gay athlete’s legacy.
The popularity of the Giants’ rainbow SF caps meant that we’d soon be seeing Pride LA caps too. Here’s how that trend can continue to grow.
Twitter trolls love to ask "When’s hetero night?" whenever a team announces a Pride Day. So we thought we’d answer them once and for all.
Oakland Athletics catcher Sean Murphy has gotten a lot of compliments after his butt got in the way of a baseball.
The transgender son of Bob Gibson details his lifelong journey to self-acceptance and his loving but difficult relationship with his legendary father.
Ordinarily during spring, I look forward to writing about baseball’s Pride events. The lockout makes that all but impossible.
The Red Sox released Brett Netzer after the infielder went on a hateful social media tirade.
On a stunning January L.A. afternoon, family and friends gather to celebrate Dodger Stadium history for Erik Braverman and Jonathan Cottrell.
Brian Zapp is a D1 baseball player who wants to build awareness in sports. His team says they are proud of him.
The newest Hall of Famer is an inspiration to Latin Americans. But his relationship with his gay son Charlie is reason for LGBTQ fans to celebrate his election too.
Bay Area sport fan Marco Chavez-López is recovering after being shot in the face. His friends have established a Gofundme.
While both the Astros and Braves have sometimes had problematic histories, Baker’s embrace and mentorship of Glenn Burke makes him worthy of our admiration.