Angels In The Outfield Asking For Help: Josh Hamilton & Baseball’s Other Drug Problem

If, in the distant future, some baseball historian were to come across the box score for the Cincinnati Reds’ Opening Day in 2007, he wouldn’t find anything that seemed particularly noteworthy. On that day, the Reds’ notched a 5-1 victory… Read More ›

America’s Star-Spangled Pastime

A Sunday afternoon sky filled with sizzling fat drops rising up in the sausage smoke air—ballcapped kids half-running around in their kid-sized jerseys with their kid-sized gloves, floppy cargo shorts hanging down at mid-calf like the bottom of a pair… Read More ›