Craig Robinson uses infographics to display useful information on baseball’s history and other fun trivia, like just how many people in Cleveland are Native American.
A look at the new book about the ESPN sports media leviathan.
A review of Campy: The Two Lives of Roy Campanella
Mickey Mantle’s hung over homer and other stories from Jim Bouton’s Ball Four.
A review of Josh Wilker’s critically acclaimed memoir timed to its release in paperback
Taking a break from writing history, Richard reviews The House That Ruth Built, the story of the original Yankee Stadium’s inaugural season.
Pertaining to a fine new book by baseball’s official historian, John Thorn.
Jonah Keri’s book on the Rays describes how a small market team tries to compete in the American League East.
The instructional hitting book by Jaime Cevallos
Steve considers a baseball novel that focuses on the hard stuff in the father-son relationship.
Several months after seeing his book, Evaluating Baseball’s Managers, published – Chris realizes a mistake he made in it.
A new book takes a closer look at a baseball hotbed in the Caribbean.
And we were blessed to know him.
Across half a century, the more things changed, the more they stayed the same. Two ambitious new volumes examine a couple of the more dramatic angles of baseball history.
A new book has Bruce Markusen thinking about beanbag chairs, key parties and players who don’t bathe regularly in this week’s Confidential.
Careful! This octogenarian is so sharp, you gotta wear gloves.
Baseball players’ long struggle for a piece of the action.
David reviews Lee Panas’ new book on baseball statistics.
The name is Stein … Fred Stein.