Despite the decision by the Guardian's on Friday, the Braves, Chiefs and Blackhawks have said that they do not have plans to alter their names.
"Wouldn't it be an honor to have a team named the Cleveland Indians, and wouldn't it be disrespectful to rip that name and logo off of those jerseys?" Trump said in a statement.
In addition to changing the name, the team also announced a new logo featuring a baseball and the letter "G" for Guardians. The team colors will stay the same.
"This is the city we love and the game we believe in, and together, we are all Cleveland Guardians," actor Tom Hanks said in the narration.
Eddy Alvarez, a former Olympic speed skater could become the sixth athlete in history to win a medal at the Winter and Summer Games if he earns one in Tokyo.
Catherine Varitek described the situation as "scary" and called out the behavior as "straight out filth and vile."
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) blasted Major League Baseball, which operates in the U.S. and Canada, for being "silent as Cuba's murderous regime cracks down on protestors."
Marika Lyszczyk was the first female catcher to play NCAA baseball and now she is taking on the challenge of summer collegiate baseball in the Hamptons.
Thursday night in New York City mirrors what happened at the beginning of sports shutting down in 2020 because of COVID.
"I was wrong, period," Smith said. "There is no excuse. This is not ESPN, this is not Disney...this was me.
The 18-year-old pop star wowed at the 2021 MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball event held in Denver on July 11.
The ESPN analyst said on First Take on Monday the Japanese player could not be the face of the MLB as he "needs an interpreter."
Ohtani gave a two-minute speech in 2019, entirely in English and with no interpreter, while accepting the AL Rookie of the Year award.
"I don't think it helps that the No. 1 face, is a dude that needs an interpreter so you can understand what the hell he's saying," ESPN's Stephen A. Smith said.
Richard Platt, who was arrested with three others in Denver on Friday night, has faced multiple charges in three different counties over the last 11 years.
"We are grateful for the Coloradan who reported the suspicious activity," said a spokesperson for Colorado Governor Jared Polis.
A baseball card collector is making cards in the likenesses of famous but under appreciated Negro League players, and hopes Major League Baseball renames its Most Valuable Player trophies after a legend whose skin color kept him out of the big leagues.
It's a good thing Yankee Stadium is open to the public, because 27,807 fans on Sunday got to see the home team tie a record for a rare feat.
This comes just three days after Ke'Bryan Hayes of the Pittsburgh Pirates rounded the bases but was called out for not touching first base.
Major League Baseball pulled the game out of Georgia in response to a new election law signed in March.
Ozuna, also known as "Big Bear," finished sixth in last year's MVP voting. He's a two-time All-Star and was the home run leader in 2020.
As more leagues and venues continue opening to more and more fans, the majority of them maskless, it shows that COVID is becoming a part of sports history.
The impact left Pillar clutching a bloody nose as blood gushed down his face, forcing the New York Mets athlete to walk off the field.
"We've been rocked here the last several days," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Thursday.
The Houston Astros are playing before in-person fans for the first time since they were caught in a sign-stealing scandal during their 2017 World Series championship run.
The Yankees and the Mets will be able to increase capacity to 100 percent from May 19 as long as fans are vaccinated.
MLB umpire Angel Hernandez was at the center of controversy again on Wednesday night, as he ejected three Kansas City Royals.
He smashed the pinkie on his throwing hand, and still went out and tossed three innings on Saturday.