Major League Baseball
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.
Many in the sports world stepped up for LGBTQ youth on Spirit Day, but the Rangers and Braves weren’t having it.
This postseason, the Red Sox haven’t been afraid to dance on their own.
While all of MLB is talking about Hernández’s scintillating October, gay baseball fans knew he was going to be a star two years ago.
Surprise! The Giants are going to do really well on this list.
The Giants’ LGBTQ outreach demonstrates how a team adopting a 21st century mentality can be successful both on and off the field.
Gay pro baseball player Bryan Ruby is also a songwriter. His story as a gay athlete is inspiring others.
For the first time, pro baseball, basketball, football, hockey and soccer has an out gay male player under contract.
Erik Braverman proposed to Jonathan Cottrell. Now the boyfriends are engaged to marry.
Currently, 23 teams have a Pride Night on their 2021 promotional calendars. There will probably be more and we’ll keep this list updated.
Trans MLB photographer threw out the first pitch for Diamondbacks Pride Night one year after coming out
After years of battling inner-turmoil, Danielle Cortez is thriving as an openly transgender woman working in baseball.
Gabe Kapler wore a rainbow Pride cap while managing this past Saturday’s game. Following his donation, it will become part of baseball history in Cooperstown.
Red Sox Pride Night returns after a one-year hiatus.
Pride Night attendees will make up about half of the fans at the Dodgers Pride Night game on June 11.
Longtime supporters of the LGBTQ community, the Giants make Pride colors a prominent part of their uniforms on Saturday.
A lifelong gay Mets fan wrote this plea to the team to end its promotion with the controversial fast-food restaurant chain, and he demands MLB step in.
While the NCAA watches states ban trans girls and women. MLB took action against Georgia for restricting voting rights, pulling the All-Star Game from Atlanta.
The Sports Equality Foundation celebrates Opening Day of Major League Baseball by inviting some of the out LGBTQ people from MLB to sing the national pastime’s official song.
On Opening Day, it feels like MLB needs more humanity. And an active player coming out would provide that very quality.
Andrew Maraniss’s new biography places Glenn Burke in his proper trailblazing context and shows how 1970s-era baseball conspired against him.
The New York Times bestselling author Andrew Maraniss wrote a new biography of Glenn Burke, the first openly gay player in MLB.
Every day in February, Outsports marked Black History Month by highlighting the contributions of Black, out LGBTQ sports athletes.
Dale Scott didn’t plan on his coming up affecting so many lives for the better. But doing so as an active umpire made him a national story and earned him numerous fans.
Over two decades, Lee has witnessed baseball becoming more LGBTQ friendly. Now, through D-backs for Change, she’s helping the game embrace our community even more.
Current sexual harassment revelations should inspire us to keep demand MLB’s ensure a better game for all marginalized groups — including LGBTQ fans.
Aaron will forever be associated with home runs and social justice. When those two worlds collided, with society at its ugliest, he persevered and emerged a hero.
Sexual harassment has no place in baseball or any workplace, and believe me: if queer women want to see your dick pics, we’ll ask.
With the LGBTQ community being represented in so many aspects of sports, the lack of out play-by-play voices is striking.
Lasorda and Miñoso are baseball legends from the same era. But while Minnie learned how to love his son, Tommy remained stuck in the past.