Can a particular kind of pitcher – or pitch – help defuse the home run explosion?
The Congressional baseball game is an annual rite in Washington. This year it was a liturgy.
A mostly forgotten baseball novel reminds us what has changed — and hasn’t.
A young wonder on the diamond reignites the love of the game for a discontented fan.
A Double-A town is still talking about it, 39 years later.
Who knows what the game will look like in the future, but people need to try harder.
Pity the sideline reporter — especially if she’s wearing a white dress.
This minor league team’s experiment deserves repetition.
On Memorial Day, honor Eddie Grant among the many who died in service to their country.
“The game, it’s from May 1941. I know ’cause I was there.”
For some players, the yips may not be an entirely mental condition.
A six-month experiment reveals the magnitude of its preferential–and prejudicial–treatment.
MLB’s latest report on diversity shows we have a long way to go. So does the Adam Jones incident.
How does SunTrust Park stack up?
Derek Jeter and Jeb! Bush have come to save baseball.
Keith Law’s new book is a comprehensive guide of the past, present and future of baseball statistics.
‘Safe at Home’ is a Minnesota hit that deserves to be seen widely.
When you want something like Shlomo Lipitz wanted baseball, the rewards can be quite real.
What roles should feeling and science have in determining history?
Willard Brown was the first African-American to homer in the American League. His teammates didn’t celebrate, though.