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Baseball’s Indisputable Truth – Hank Aaron’s Home Run Record Is the Real One

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Hank Aaron holds MLB’s all-time homer record; another guy named Barry Bonds has higher numbers but his achievement will be forever questioned with an asterisk. Read More »

Baseball’s Opening Day – New Drug Policy Described As Toughest Ever

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Players are going to think twice about rubbing that “crème” on their limbs, taking suspicious cough medicines, or popping pills any stronger than a baby aspirin. Read More »

Braun Free Pass on Technicality Is Bad for Baseball

The problem here is not that a guy got past the process for the first time after being ruled a violator, but with the guy who got the pass. Read More »

Barry Bonds Guilty: The Home Run King Knocked Off Throne?

If Bonds is guilty, so is baseball and every fan who cheered as he rounded the bases. Read More »

Hell of Fame: Manny Ramirez “Retires” From Baseball

Ramirez's retirement will be seen as forced and the likelihood of his earning a berth in Cooperstown will be highly doubtful. Read More »

This Summer Brings Movies, the Rise of the Asterisk, and Steroids!

How superheroes have shaped our culture and how this summer shows its contradictions. Read More »

Barry Bonds Trial: You Can’t Handle the Truth!

This trial is more about Major League Baseball, specifically how baseball has turned a blind eye to the problem of performance enhancing drugs for years. Read More »

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Trying to make it home for a home run. Read More »

The 2010 World Series Through the Eyes of an A’s Fan

Sizing up the Rangers and Giants from a green and gold perspective. Read More »

DVD Review: Baseball: The Tenth Inning – Directed by Ken Burns

Telling America’s stories through stories of America’s great pastime. Always the same; always changing. Read More »