Today's lamentations about today's alleged three-true-outcomes-and-other-depravities baseball aren't as today as you think.
The ultimate respect for the game? Trying to win. Screw the unwritten rules. And the idiots making death threats against Matt Lipka.
A baseball writer thinks of a Hall of Famer who was smack dab in the middle of D-Day---the late Yogi Berra.
Review: Alva Noe, "Infinite Baseball: Notes from a Philosopher at the Ballpark." (New York: Oxford University Press; 192 p, $17.74 Amazon Prime.)
Joining the Busch boo birds unloading on Kris Bryant was funny. Losing on a misguided infield shift wasn't
Bad enough the Mets' bullpen isn't the best built. Worse may be overworking their best reliever, possibly right out of the races.
Almora was distraught when his foul struck a little girl Wednesday. So was Hall of Famer Richie Ashburn when he hit the same fan with a foul---twice.