The Miami Baseball Brotherhood

This city is in our hearts. It’s our one true love. And the place we always come back to.

A Blue Jay Takes Over Photo Day

All the shots you see below were taken by me — except any that you don’t really like. Those were taken by some other guy.

Our 16 Favorite Photos of 2016

2016 was a historic year in sports. These are our favorite 16 photos of the year.

The Champions Classic

From Malik Monk's breakout game to Frank Mason's game-winner, relive all the drama from the 2016 State Farm Champions Classic

Open Lens

For two weeks the best players in tennis descended upon Flushing Meadows, N.Y., for the 2016 U.S. Open. The Players’ Tribune captured all the sights and sounds as the tournament culminated in singles championships for both Stan Wawrinka and Angelique…

Team USA in Motion

In anticipation of the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio, members of Team USA took part in a special Players’ Tribune photo session that highlighted their fluid movements as athletes.

Faces of Major League Baseball

With the halfway point of the 2016 Major League Baseball season drawing near, photographer Tom DiPace presents the faces of summer.

A Vintage Look at Modern Daytona

With a credential for the Daytona 500 and no assignment, it seemed like the perfect time to break out the expired film and take a risk.

Double Vision

There is so much going on at a sporting event — the action, the atmosphere, the details. The challenge is fitting it all into a single image.

15 for 2015: Our Favorite Photos of the Year

Please enjoy our 15 favorite images of 2015.

A Return to Cuba

This week, a delegation of baseball stars and officials touched down in Cuba for a goodwill tour of the island. The Players' Tribune was on the scene to chronicle the event.

Baseball’s Architecture: Photos By Michael Cuddyer

I became interested in photography in 2011 after seeing some of the beautiful pictures my brother-in-law was taking of sunsets while we were on a family trip. I studied up on lenses and cameras and settings for six months and then I started…