Adrian Burgos, Jr

In The News

  • Adrian Burgos, Jr., Professor of History, who specializes in the history of minority participation in sports, speaks about the current, unprecedented time in sports.  Professor Burgos has written extensively on the history of Latinos in professional baseball, including the Negro Leagues, and was the inaugural editor-in-chief of La Vida Baseball.  Burgos spoke with News Bureau social sciences editor Craig Chamberlain.  

  • Congratulations to Adrian Burgos, Professor of History, who has made the MLB (Major League Baseball) list of all-time favorite baseball books.  Professor Burgos book "Playing America's Game:  Baseball, Latinos and the Color Line," is reviewed by Maria Guardado, journalist.

  • When and where professional athletes have the right to voice their political opinions became an issue following comments by President Donald Trump aimed at players in the NFL. History professor Adrian Burgos Jr. focuses his research on the history of U.S. sports, specifically as it relates to minority participation in sports, with books on the history of Latinos in professional baseball.

  • CHECK OUT It's a brand new website launched by the National Baseball Hall of Fame with our own Professor Adrian Burgos, Jr. as editor in ch

  • PROFESSOR ADRIAN BURGOS, JR. is featured in the premiere of "Cuba: Island of Baseball". Don't miss it on December 13th, 9 pm ET on the MLB Network.