In every game of his 21-year playing career, Robinson’s fans knew they were watching a legend.
Legend, myth, storytelling, preservation of memory — these ideas constitute the thematic heart of ‘The Sandlot.’ For its 25th anniversary, the film returns to theaters July 22 and 24.
Cubs win! It’s a useful reminder that it’s not politics that makes America what we are, but we the people.
Joe Maddon, the biggest sports celebrity ever to come out of Hazleton, is building a legacy of tolerance and integration in his struggling hometown.
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.
ESPN edited out footage from Curt Schilling’s legendary ‘bloody sock’ game, shortly after the network fired him for objecting to transgender bathrooms.
The Federalist Radio Hour discusses a number of performances by GOP candidates, CNBC moderators, the Royals and the Mets.
On the Federalist Radio Hour we talk labor unions, the media’s lockstep reporting on Planned Parenthood, and news from the NFL.
Yogi Berra’s death severs one of the last links to the generation of baseball players that itself had the last links to some of baseball’s earliest days.
The Supreme Court justices considering King v. Burwell’s Obamacare case should take note of this famous example of textualism’s merits.
Baseball has always been something my family does together. It all started with my dad.
Major League Baseball today bears the marks of the U.S. Supreme Court. And vice versa.
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