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Brad Pye Jr., Trailblazing Sports Writer and Broadcaster, Passes Away
July 9, 2020
His career with L.A. County began in August 1987 as a deputy in Hahn’s Second District. Promoted to assistant chief deputy within three short months, Pye became a spokesperson for Hahn, and said, “I was his voice in ensuring that constituents were treated fairly and each complaint resolved in a timely manner.” ... read more »
Yasiel Puig’s Wildhorse Horse Children’s Foundation partners with the Mayor of Compton, Aja Brown to feed over 300 families in Community Food Distribution
July 9, 2020
MLB player Yasiel Puig’s Wildhorse Children’s Foundation partnered with the Mayor of Compton, Aja Brown to host the Compton Food Distribution at Gonzales Park. Families in the community needed resources in these trying times. Puig, and Mayor Brown did an outstanding job of calling out businesses to ban together and help people with goods. ... read more »
COVID-19 Brings Premature End to the CIF 2019-2020 Season
April 30, 2020
On April 3, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) announced that high school sports were canceled for the rest of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The order terminated all basketball state championship games. Spring sports like track and field, baseball, softball, boy’s tennis and boys’ volleyball were cut short. Senior student athletes face new challenges in the college recruitment process. ... read more »
U.S. Sports Pauses Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic
March 19, 2020
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken the world by storm, professional and amateur sports leagues across the country have had to respond swiftly and cautiously. ... read more »
Professional Sports Leagues Temporarily Limit Locker Room Access To Players And Essential Staff
March 9, 2020
Major League Baseball (MLB), Major League Soccer (MLS), the National Basketball Association (NBA), and the National Hockey League (NHL) today issued the following joint statement ... read more »
Black Fact of the Day: Jan. 31, 2020- Brought to you by Black365
January 31, 2020
Ernie Banks, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, and first African American Chicago Cubs player, was born, 1931. ... read more »
Dodgers motto is “Keep grinding” as they dominate the Nationals in a thriller Game 3 Victory
October 7, 2019
The Los Angeles Dodgers dominated the Washington Nationals 10-4 in a thriller game 3 victory. The Dodgers were down for the first few innings, then took off like a rocket with 7 runs in the 6th inning and took complete control of the game.. Dodgers Cody Bellinger says “we’ve been doing it all year. 9th inning, 6th inning, 7th inning, we are not going to stop grinding. That’s why we’ve been successful all year.” You would have thought it was Friday night at the Dodgers stadium. They never look back. ... read more »
Hank Aaron Still Fighting for More Diversity in Baseball
August 5, 2019
ATLANTA (AP) — When Brian Hunter and other former major league players were in the presence of Hank Aaron, they acted like teenagers, standing, pointing and trying to get pictures when he entered the room. ... read more »
WATCH: In the Dugout with Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts – Pt. 4
July 2, 2019
Los Angeles Sentinel Managing Editor Brandon Brooks sits down with L.A. Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts.  ... ... read more / watch video »
WATCH: In the Dugout with Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts – Pt. 3
July 2, 2019
Los Angeles Sentinel Managing Editor Brandon Brooks sits down with L.A. Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts. ... ... read more / watch video »
WATCH: In the Dugout with Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts – Pt. 2
July 2, 2019
Los Angeles Sentinel Managing Editor Brandon Brooks sits down with L.A. Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts. ... ... read more / watch video »
WATCH: In the Dugout with Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts – Pt. 1
July 2, 2019
Los Angeles Sentinel Managing Editor Brandon Brooks sits down with L.A. Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts. ...   ... read more / watch video »
In the dugout with Dodgers manager Dave Roberts
June 13, 2019
Roberts opens up about life, legacy, family and faith. ... read more »
The Flood v. Kuhn Case Was a Catalyst to Free Agency in Pro Sports
February 21, 2019
Throughout history, professional athletes battled against the league they play for over unfair treatment. ... read more »
Frank Robinson, MLB’s First Black Manager and Hall of Famer Dies at 83
February 7, 2019
First-ballot Hall of Famer Frank Robinson, who was Major League Baseball’s first Black manager, has died at the age of 83 after a prolonged battle with bone cancer. Robinson is one of the most groundbreaking figures in MLB history. He heavily impacted the integration of Black players into the league. Nearly a decade after Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1946, Robinson broke into the majors earning Rookie of the Year honors in 1956 while playing for the Cincinnati Reds. ... read more »
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