Brandon Magee looks back at the history of Boston Red Sox Opening Day, going back to 1973 with Luis Tiant on the mound and to the present day.
Brandon Magee examines the history of Red Sox home openers, starting with last year then going all the way back to the beginning of the franchise.
Brandon Magee looks back at the history of Boston Red Sox Opening Day, going back to Boston’s first game and through the 1966 season.
Dave McCullough looks back at when Michael Jordan left the NBA to try his hand at professional baseball and couldn’t hack it because baseball is hard.
Justin Gorman takes a look back at the career of Willie Hernandez, whose ordinary career surrounded an extraordinary 1984 season.
In Passing 2016, David R. McCullough reflects on those the baseball world lost including Monte Irvin, Ralph Branca, Joe Gragiola, and Jose Fernandez.
Sons of Sam Horn receives a letter to the editor from a concerned citizen that cites Fox’s increased coverage by Joe Buck as a serious issue.
Brandon Magee gives a proper sendoff to baseball in Bakersfield and Adelanto as they prepare for their last stretch of baseball after 75 and 28 years, respectively.
Dave McCullough looks at the Hall of Fame resumes of active players like Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley to see how they stack up.
Dave McCullough shows that Bo Jackson knew baseball as he performed one of the most impressive athletic feats ever seen on a baseball field.