2023 Gamer Changers Honoree Mike Cameron sat down with Bob Kendrick to discuss being honored by Players Alliance, mentorship, leadership and more.
In its first appearance at MLB All-Star weekend, Toni’s Promise uses tournament to bond, show depth of Black talent
Players Alliance Board Chair Curtis Granderson joins Good Day Seattle to talk about how TPA is making baseball more accessible and equitable for youth across the country and MLB All-Star Week in Seattle.
Los Angeles, California (July 19, 2022) – As part of All-Star Week, The Players Alliance — a nonprofit founded in 2020 by Black current and retired professional baseball players to increase African American representation in the sport — held an inaugural “Game Changers Celebration,” seeking to honor Black playmakers in the game and in the community while raising awareness for the organization’s mission. Eight-time All-Star Darryl Strawberry, two-time All-Star Eric Davis, two-time softball Olympic medalist Natasha Watley and Dodgers superstar Mookie Betts made up the group’s first four honorees.
New York, NY (April 14, 2022)—The Players Alliance, a nonprofit started by active and retired professional baseball players, announced commitments
“The league made a 10-year commitment to the Players Alliance that includes $10 million a year, plus an additional $5
“Cross-country tour provides COVID-19 supplies, baseball gear to Black communities A big black semi-trailer truck full of gear and cheer
New York Times – “The money is a substantial boost to the 12-week-old group formed by current and former players