Since the Los Angeles Dodgers’ last World Series championship in 1988, 17 different franchises have won baseball’s top prize. To help snap the drought in Tinseltown, the Dodgers have beefed up its roster with a pair of likely future Hall of Famers.
Claudell Washington, who was among the youngest players to become an All-Star in Major League Baseball history, has died.
Vince Carter, among the most dynamic and durable players in NBA history, has announced his retirement.
Who will be the Major League Baseball’s nextAfrican- American All-Star?
A monthlong “Tip Your Cap” campaign hon- oring the formation 100 years ago of baseball’s Negro Leagues got underway June 29.
Marvin Bridges, a longtime football and basketball coach in Richmond on the youth and high school levels, died Monday, June 8, 2020. He was 65.
With a lull in the sports world, it’s time to announce Richmond’s all-time “Home Sweet Home” basketball team.
When Tiger Woods burst onto the PGA scene in 1997, many expected a deluge of African-American golfers to follow.
Tierra Terry has been selected as Virginia Union University’s new women’s basketball coach.
An athlete need not come from a college powerhouse to create a big splash in the NBA.