Through rain, sleet, snow, gloom of night, and horrific political climates, nothing cheerily drops you down a rabbit hole better than an old Retrosheet boxscore. The other day, needing a break from the tsunami of Trumpian noise coming from all corners of the Internet, a bookmark and two clicks took me right to the standings
Pitcher D’Acquisto’s memoir is one wild and wooly ride.
It’s all too easy to get attached to a favorite team, even if it’s fictional.
Among many books about the Dodgers, this one stands out.
A glimpse into the lives of four baseball artists
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The question Ken Webster hears all the time, and the one he might hear forevermore, is this: “Why was John Bateman your favorite ballplayer?” He doesn’t have a good answer, other than the fact that Bateman was the Astros’ catcher when Ken was growing up in Port Arthur, TX in the ’60s. Ken always had