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  • On the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues, a look back at what was lost

    by Rob Ruck

    After World War II, Jackie Robinson hurdled baseball’s racial divide. But while integration – baseball’s great experiment – was a resounding success on the field, at the gates and in changing racial attitudes, Negro League teams soon lost all of their stars and struggled to retain fans. 


  • A Baseball Musical that Needs Some Relief Pitching

    by Bruce Chadwick

    Last Days of Summer, written by Steve Kluger and based on his 1998 novel, is the story about players from the New York Giants 1940 team, that toiled in New York along with the Yankees and Dodgers, and a little kid who loved the game.


  • 6 Great World Series!

    by Mark Weisenmiller

    For over one hundred years, major league baseball’s World Series has both thrilled fans and reflected historical and societal changes in the United States.