Major League Baseball enacted a new housing policy in 2021, benefitting minor league players. Five current or former minor leaguers spoke about the conditions and challenges of working their way to the big leagues.
Jackie Robinson Day, April 15, commemorates Robinson’s prominent role as one of the first Black baseball players to play in Major League Baseball. The biographical film “42” captures Robinson’s first season in the MLB.
Senior Jessica Campbell shares about using her Pepperdine and internship networks to meet sports industry professionals and become one.
If you think sports are all physical, think again. Numbers are at the center of how all athletes are perceived, evaluated and classified.
SportsWaves’s original host, Arthur Puu, returns to the show to talk shop with the new hosts. Now at ESPN, Puu talks about where he’s been, where he’s at today, and the state of L.A. sports.
The World Series concludes this upcoming week with an end to an unusual 2020 season. The Tampa Bay Rays play the Los Angeles Dodgers in a best-of-seven series.
Racial and social justice movements persist in professional sports, and athletes and leagues are hoping to be leaders in this movement using their platforms.
Former Pepperdine baseball player and major leaguer Chase d’Arnaud has been out of school since 2008. The tentatively retired shortstop is back to finish his degree while juggling his family, his business and possible return to baseball.
Due to COVID-19, different levels of sports, from amateur to professional, have had to adjust with new plans and protocols to have a season.
The Graphic’s resident Dodger fans felt some feelings and thought some thoughts in the wake of Game 7 of the World Series