A new prime time TV drama imagines a woman as a major league pitcher.
Two people from very different backgrounds began to craft parallel futures in 1916.
There are plenty of ways to work sabermetrics into a broadcast without teaching a math class.
MLB continues to try to grow the game by restricting fans’ access to it.
Just how much of a missed opportunity was 2012 for the Tigers?
Add stats-y commentators to indy-league ball, shake vigorously.
Facing labor negotiations, MLB and the players’ union need to figure out an approach to allocating new revenue.
Jeff Passan’s new book is both comprehensive and compelling.
Where should you eat when you head to the ballpark this season? We asked the writers who frequent them.
Entering his final year in the booth, the broadcaster works for the Dodgers alone but speaks for us all.
With the CBA negotiations about to take center stage, now is a good time to revisit this piece from The Hardball Times Baseball Annual 2016.
What to do during baseball’s long offseason? Make some stuff up.
Is it spring yet? No? Okay, here’s how we get you there.
Baseball kept an airman company on those long nights (and days) in the service overseas.
Laying out a plan to change TV broadcasts of baseball for the better.
Before there was the Home Run Derby, there was “Home Run Derby.”
We’ve all heard the phrase, “there’s no cheering in the press box.” Is that true, and what does it mean?
Baseball and soap operas have more in common than you’d think.
Baseball journalism often misses the important issues.
Why fans in Iowa and Las Vegas see the fewest teams on TV — and how to fix blackout problems for us all.