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Remembering Tim McCarver

Tim McCarver, a two-time World Series champion, and winner of the Ford C. Frick Award for excellence in baseball broadcasting, died this month. We remember his expansive baseball life.

What Baseball Teams to Bet on in 2023

The new MLB season is upon us, and as always, it’s fun to speculate which team will come on top this year. Find which teams are the favorites among the bookmakers.

Baseball’s Popularity Among Canadian Students

Combining studies and sports could be a difficult undertaking. Both fields require focus, effort, and time. With all of the sports around, you may feel interested in knowing about baseball’s popularity among Canadian students.

What was Babe Ruth really like?

Babe Ruth left his mark on the game like no other. He was an overgrown kid, an ungovernable force who swept his way through the sporting world, dominating headlines every year after he became a Yankee until his death nearly three decades later.

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.

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

Why baseball calls it a “bullpen”

This week PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) asked Major League Baseball to stop using the term “bullpen,” suggesting the new description be “Arm Barn.”

How gambling built baseball, and then almost destroyed it

What became known as the “Black Sox Scandal” rocked professional baseball. But it wasn’t an aberration in a sport that was otherwise clean. Baseball became America’s national pastime because of – and not in spite of – gambling.