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Ethical Implications of Gender Exclusion in Baseball and Its Impact on Education

In recent years, sexism has made itself increasingly apparent within Major League Baseball (MLB). They have been impacting academic opportunities and prohibiting diverse representation from flourishing. Now more than ever before, it is essential for students to explore the ethical implications behind these gender exclusions. And just how far their reach truly goes.

Lou Boudreau Proved Bill Veeck Wrong

Lou Boudreau may have had the greatest season a shortstop ever had. He’s the man who perfected the defensive shift, and was the player-manager of the last Cleveland team to win the World Series.

The Baseball Movie All-Time Team

We pick an all-time roster made up of fictional baseball players from Hollywood movies. Roy Hobbs, Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez, Crash Davis, and more.

Roy Smalley: 1952 Bowman Baseball Card

Roy Smalley was such an erratic infielder that Cubs fans used to say their double play combo was “[Eddie] Miksis to Smalley to Addison Street.” In six

The Hall of Fame Case for Tony Oliva

In the history of baseball, since they began tossing a ball to a plate and someone with a stick was swinging at it, maybe no more than

The Hall of Fame Case for Dick Allen

Allen was a tremendous baseball player who had the misfortune of coming up through an organization that was indelicate about the issue of race.

Greatness Score: The Shortstops

Here we are back with the second installment in a series called “Greatness Score,” a system I devised to help rate the candidacy of players for the