Coaching jobs are multiplying. If some is good, more is better, right? Let’s suggest some new ones.
The Congressional baseball game is an annual rite in Washington. This year it was a liturgy.
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.
Using data to help imagine LeBron James as a baseball player.
This minor league team’s experiment deserves repetition.
“The game, it’s from May 1941. I know ’cause I was there.”
The Killer-Bs and some killer pitching make the Astros a team to take seriously.
The Australian game is much like baseball — when you’re in the stands.
‘Safe at Home’ is a Minnesota hit that deserves to be seen widely.
The birth of an annual tradition didn’t exactly go smoothly.
Fans have been running on the field for as long as they’ve been excited about baseball, and as is so often the case, there’s safety in numbers.
When you love something this much, you don’t want to let it go.
You think politics can’t affect baseball? Well, what if…?
Finishing one run shy of 100 is a painful but not uncommon feat.
Old time baseball and old time TV intersect.
For the first time online, here is Dan’s essay from THT 2017.
Scrapping historical precedent and starting over with the name game.