Baseball Magazine


  • How to Prevent Infield / Outfield Collisions

    If you have watched enough baseball games I’m sure you have witnessed or seen on TV at least one ugly collision between an infielder going back for a fly ball... Read more

    The 30 March 2015 by   Meachrm
  • The Story Behind Rule 3.03

    In the Official Baseball Rules, the first sentence of Rule 3.03 states, “A player, or players, may be substituted during a game at any time the ball is dead. Read more

    The 29 March 2015 by   Precious Sanders
  • Quote of the Day

    Now obviously, in peacetime a one-legged catcher, like a one-armed outfielder (such as the Mundys had roaming right), would have been at the most a curiosity... Read more

    The 27 March 2015 by   Precious Sanders
  • Are You Asking Yourself the Right Questions?

    You might be surprised how little these guys care about your batting average.When players self-analyze, they often limit themselves to a few basic questions lik... Read more

    The 26 March 2015 by   Meachrm
  • This Day in Baseball: And the Winner Is…

    On March 25, 1910, Hugh Chalmers, president of Chalmers Motor Car Company in Detroit, announced that one of the company’s Model 30 automobiles would be awarded... Read more

    The 25 March 2015 by   Precious Sanders
  • So Pete Rose Wants Back In

    I haven't written much on baseball so far in this new year of 2015, but with 13 days to go until the season gets under way, and the cold weather finally abating... Read more

    The 24 March 2015 by   Theomnipotentq
  • The SeamTrak App

    My friend Xan Barksdale over at has come up with quite a nifty web app for hitters. It’s called SeamTrak and it enables hitters to practice... Read more

    The 23 March 2015 by   Meachrm
  • Al Dark and the Summer of 1974.

    Loves the Mercury Cougar.Alvin Dark was fired by owner Charles O. Finley in 1967 and here he was taking his grief, again, in 1974. The Oakland ball-club had jus... Read more

    The 22 March 2015 by   Gary
  • New Text for the “About” Page

    It seemed a simple, rectangular box, wrapped in festive paper, waiting for my small hands to tear into it. A shoebox, actually, though even after I managed to... Read more

    The 21 March 2015 by   Precious Sanders
  • “Casey in the Box,” by Meyer Berger

    Here is another spin off the Casey at the Bat poem, featuring Hugh Casey of the 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers in Game 4 of the World Series against the New York Yankees. Read more

    The 19 March 2015 by   Precious Sanders