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Billy Bean is now waiting for a bone-marrow donor match as Major League Baseball rallies around him. You can help.
Rangers beat writer Alex Plinck finds the ideal place to watch World Series clincher: a Dallas gay bar
While covering the Series, Plinck also talked baseball with the anti-Pride Rangers owner while wearing a rainbow bracelet.
The Diamondbacks have made LGBTQ inclusion a significant part of their team culture. The Rangers haven’t. Here’s the 2023 LGBTQ World Series Preview.
Glenn Burke earned his Legacy Walk plaque as baseball’s gay barrier breaker. As a gay baseball fan, speaking about the love his teammates had for him at the ceremony was the thrill of my year.
As Bass tries to re-enter the news cycle looking for a roster spot, he also reveals he considered filing a grievance against the Blue Jays.
Throughout the season, Álvarez has celebrated homers by planting a quick kiss on teammate Martín Maldonado. It’s a beautiful tradition.
Nick Castellanos & the Phillies embrace showing some skin as they flex through the baseball playoffs
The Phillies have been one of MLB’s hottest teams on the field, and Castellanos’ unbuttoned look makes sure they stay that way.
The Houston Astros pitcher was alleged to have aimed a gay slur in Spanish at his Seattle Mariners opponent and fellow Dominican, Julio Rodriguez.
Next week’s ceremony will pay tribute to Scott coming out publicly as gay while still an active umpire in 2014.
Even as he retires from baseball, Sean Doolittle continues his work as baseball’s exemplary LGBTQ advocate
Doolittle’s career on the field was worthy of celebration. His LGBTQ activism and allyship makes him one of the most significant voices for our community in sports history.
Anti-gay memes saying Dodger Stadium was flooded by Tropical Storm Hilary were false. What is true is how well the team is playing.
The Dodgers held a promotion honoring Christians and LGBTQ people gave it the respect absent from the controversy over the team’s Pride Night.
For decades, the White Sox have been associated with the anti-gay Disco Demolition Night. Pride 2024 would be the perfect opportunity to correct that.
In addition to onfield celebrations, the Orioles commemorated Pride by turning their Twitter over to LGBTQ resources, facts, and statistics.
"I’m just trying to make it not as tough for the next generation," says a basketball superstar on this list, along with executives with a Major League Baseball team and CBS, an NFL player and soccer legends.
"If we don’t fight for our community and ourselves, who will?" says a U.S. women’s soccer star on this list, along with an NBA executive, an Olympian and two WNBA head coaches.
"Sports has notoriously and publicly suffered from a lack of LGBTQ+ representation," says an NBA exec on this list, along with people from MLB, ESPN and the NFL.
Kloss and King earned the Outsports Power 100 top ranking for 2023 through their love, advocacy and business relationships.
"It was kind of surreal for me to see other Orioles fans walking around with rainbow O’s caps," Baltimore’s senior vice president, and Outsports Power 100 honoree, said.
Giants executive came into the job as an out man and is an Outsports Power 100 honoree.
After the success of "A High Five for Glenn Burke," author Phil Bildner revisits baseball’s gay trailblazer in the forthcoming "Glenn Burke, Game Changer."
As testimony from several Rangers employees shows, the team’s front office is a difficult place for LGBTQ people to work.
Bass, who had shared an anti-LGBTQ message on Instagram, had been set to catch the opening pitch for Pride Night.
MLB has made it harder for teams to wear Pride rainbow logos. Their reasoning has merit.
During Pride Night ceremonies, the Cubs announced a monetary contribution to create a monument for Burke on Boystown’s Legacy Walk.
No pro sports team has taken as much grief for supporting the LGBTQ community as the LA Dodgers.
One even threw out the first pitch, as the teams offered a refreshing change from the hate directed at drag performers in parts of the country.
The Giants showed out to do Pride Night right, complete with a drag queen tossing the first pitch.
Bass had shared a ‘boycott Target’ post. He’s now going on a listening and image-rehab tour.
New Red Sox pitcher Matt Dermody once tweeted that gay people ‘will go to hell.’
At a time when Pride celebrations are under siege, baseball is almost unanimous is celebrating our community. Hopefully all of them go well.
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