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  • A Message to the Rest of the Baseball World Regarding the Shit That Goes on in...

    Message Rest Baseball World Regarding Shit That Goes Area.

    “We tend to think of true fandom as a virtue and of bandwagon jumping as a vice. But why? What’s so great about pulling for a team even when it does poorly?... Read more

    The 04 August 2014 by   Gary
  • Is This Heaven?: A Pilgrimage to the Field of Dreams

    This Heaven?: Pilgrimage Field Dreams

    The first thing I noticed as we pulled up the drive was the vast array of vehicles already lining the parking lot.  After six tedious hours of driving, my... Read more

    The 06 August 2014 by   Precious Sanders
  • Black, White and Baseball

    Black, White Baseball

    Here is a phenomenal Op-Ed by New York Times columnist Frank Bruni: Black, White and Baseball In the column, Bruni discusses the success of Mo’Ne Davis, the... Read more

    The 24 August 2014 by   Precious Sanders
  • Quote of the Day


    The reason I am here, they tell me, is that I played the game a certain way, that I played the game the way it was supposed to be played. Read more

    The 09 August 2014 by   Precious Sanders
  • “The Man Who Fanned Casey,” by T.M. Fowler

    “The Fanned Casey,” T.M. Fowler

    Now here’s a great twist on Casey At the Bat, written from the point-of-view of a fan with a focus on the pitcher.  There are, after all, two teams on the field... Read more

    The 12 August 2014 by   Precious Sanders
  • "Brooklyn Spirits"

    "Brooklyn Spirits"

    My good friend and Governor of Red Sox Nation for New York State, Chris Wertz, has a great new book coming out in October called "Brooklyn Spirits: Craft... Read more

    The 03 August 2014 by   Theomnipotentq
  • This Day in Baseball: Color Television Meets the MLB

    This Baseball: Color Television Meets

    On August 11, 1951, WCBS-TV in New York City televised the first-ever color broadcast of a baseball game.  The Boston Braves defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers 8-1 i... Read more

    The 11 August 2014 by   Precious Sanders
  • Teach the Wall How to Play Baseball

    Teach Wall Play Baseball

    If you ever took a psychology class you probably did a unit on learning and maybe another on memory. I cover both in my AP Psych classes. Read more

    The 27 August 2014 by   Meachrm
  • “First Girls in Little League Baseball,” by J. Patrick Lewis

    “First Girls Little League Baseball,” Patrick Lewis

    Having played Little League Baseball myself, I am especially supportive of letting girls play, not only baseball, but all sports in general.  There are some... Read more

    The 01 August 2014 by   Precious Sanders
  • This Day in Baseball

    This Baseball

    Devil Rays third baseman Wade Boggs collected his 3,000th hit on August 7, 1999 with a home run in the sixth inning off Indians pitcher Chris Haney. Read more

    The 07 August 2014 by   Precious Sanders


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