The attention of the baseball world was overwhelmingly on New York the year of the first televised World Series. And with good reason.
Several years after Jackie Robinson’s barrier-breaking, integration of baseball was far from complete.
An alternate perspective placing various events in a new relation to others.
Veeck—as in “wreck the historical timeline.”
Aug. 9, 1946, was about a lot more than night baseball.
Why the third decade of existence for the Baseball Reliquary matters.
The difference between a perfect game and a one-hit shutout is negligible. But the emotion we pour into that tiny difference is immense.
Approaching a century in Wrigley Field, the Cubs are without a World Series title. But they had the horses in the 1970s.
Minor league baseball. Multiple countries. Visas. Former major leaguers. What could go wrong?
A close look at how much, exactly, lowering the mound changed offensive output in 1969.
You have to wonder how a guy can stand upright in a batter’s box while another guy standing just 60 feet and six inches away fires a series of missiles so close to him.
Alfredo Despaigne is the latest player to capture our imagination.
Sometimes, a baseball card really says a lot about the player it depicts.
It’s pretty hard to record 27 outs without allowing a hit but not strike anyone out, but it has been done before.
Believing you have it all figured out can be dangerous.
No hidden tape recorders were required to expose Marge Schott, former Reds owner and baseball’s most recent version of banned NBA owner Donald Sterling, as a virulent racist.
An in-depth conversation about one of baseball’s most famous fights.
Putting the conduct of the rebuilding team into context.
How do we best learn what the truth is?
For most of recorded history, it hasn’t been desirable to be left-handed.