• Keighley to incorporate Progress Pride Flag onto playing kits for 2021 season
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    Keighley to incorporate Progress Pride Flag onto playing kits for 2021 season

    The Betfred League 1 club claim to be the first professional sports team in the world to incorporate the design onto their kits.

  • Phil Neville is about to discover that Inter Miami will be no beach holiday
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    Phil Neville is about to discover that Inter Miami will be no beach holiday

    Phil Neville is about to discover that Inter Miami will be no beach holidayThe former Manchester United player will take the reins at a club establishing itself on the field, and grappling with challenges off it

  • MLB gives 1920-1948 Negro Leagues 'Major League' status
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    MLB gives 1920-1948 Negro Leagues 'Major League' status

    The records and statistics of the Negro Leagues, in which Black players competed after being forced out of MLB competition due to racism and segregation laws, will be incorporated into MLB history, a century after the formal introduction of the Leagues. "In the minds of baseball fans worldwide, this serves as historical validation for those who had been shunned from the Major Leagues and had the foresight and courage to create their own league that helped change the game and our country too," Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, said in a statement.

  • Cleveland to drop 'Indians' name after 2021 season
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    Cleveland to drop 'Indians' name after 2021 season

    Major League Baseball's (MLB) Cleveland team will drop its "Indians" name, following persistent criticism that it was offensive to Native Americans, the franchise said on Monday, but will continue to use it during the 2021 season. The Cleveland team said in a statement it would begin the process of "determining a new, non-Native American based name for the franchise" 105 years after adopting the name, citing a desire to unify its community. "Hearing firsthand the stories and experiences of Native American people, we gained a deep understanding of how tribal communities feel about the team name and the detrimental effects it has on them," team owner Paul Dolan said in a statement.