Advancements in digital technology are helping front offices place a superior product on the field while distracting its audience from the product they’re fielding.
Do you believe in angels? Because they were in the infield Thursday night.
Regardless of which team you root for, if you are a fan of our nation’s oldest pastime you should be rooting for the success of the game’s next generation of superstars.
Baseball players already provide a wonderful example of American civility. They do this by not incessantly talking about politics.
There is no other major sport where an athlete is asked to perform a task so completely out of his comfort zone. The designated hitter fixes this problem.
The improbable link between Javier Baez and Francisco Lindor isn’t this year’s only World Series parallel. Parallel universes are colliding all over the place.
Watching this Cubs team win the National League Championship Series against the Dodgers Saturday night was absolutely perfect.
It wouldn’t be out of bounds to ask sensitive Toronto folk to cast their eyes west and tell us why ‘Eskimo’ gets a pass while ‘Indian’ doesn’t.
Loyola Marymount University has enlisted a notable alumnus to send a message to students that they should be perfectly comfortable with same-sex attraction and same-sex relationships.
Baseball survived earthquakes and 9/11. It can help us survive a political season during which Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the frontrunners.
The Federalist Radio Hour discusses a number of performances by GOP candidates, CNBC moderators, the Royals and the Mets.
Rebeccah Heinrichs, fellow at the Hudson Institute, joins the Federalist Radio Hour today to discuss the Iran Nuclear Deal, issues in Syria and other foreign policy issues the White House has discombobulated.
In some countries, baseball players flip bats. In the United States, we don’t. To have different baseball cultures is not racist.
Josh Kraushaar discusses the strategy behind the 2016 presidential campaigns and controversy over fantasy sports gambling websites.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie awkwardly but enthusiastically hugged Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Here’s the rule he broke, along with seven others.
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