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Summertime Memories and Baseball

Little League baseball team

Baseball, even without the game on the field, was where life itself happened, and that is why baseball memories matter to a man like me. Read More »

NY Mets & Madoff Mess: Wilpons Are Selling More Than a Stake in the Club

What is at stake here is not just selling off a piece of the pie, but the legacy of this franchise. Read More »

From “What Was” to “What If”

Today's sports media spends more time guessing than reporting. And that's a disturbing trend. I take a personal look back. Read More »

Book Review: Sandy Koufax: A Lefty’s Legacy by Jane Leavy

The author knows baseball and the Jewish religion, a perfect combination for a book about a Jewish baseball pitcher who threw a perfect game. Read More »

“Liriano Dealing,” And I’ve Got His Rookie Card

This writer was led to a fantastic baseball story when he got a Francisco Liriano rookie card. Read More »

Book Review: High Heat: The Secret History of the Fast Ball by Tim Wendel

Wendel takes the reader on a tour of baseball history in search of the ultimate fastball pitcher. Read More »

Lee’s 122-Pitch Outing Disrupts Entire Rotation

With Joe Blanton announced as the starter for Game 4, the Phillies have given themselves a massive disadvantage in pitching matchups. Read More »