Diversity in Major League Baseball
The game of baseball has long been considered America’s pastime. There’s nothing more American than going to a Major League Baseball game on a Friday night, eating hotdogs and peanuts at the ballpark, and singing Take me out to the Ballgame during the 7th inning stretch. But with America being such a […]Read More →
Oakland A’s: Finding Value in the End
The film Moneyball brought a lot of attention to Billy Bean and the Oakland A’s. The movie, starring Brad Pitt, illustrated the General Manager’s talent in finding low-priced, yet valuable talent to form a competitive team. Oakland competes in a small market, making it difficult to compete with teams in New […]Read More →
Babe Ruth Overrated?
Walk up to someone on the street and ask them if they’ve ever heard of Babe Ruth. Chances are, most people could tell you something about the prolific baseball player, even though he played his last game almost 80 years ago. Most could tell you that he was a great player, […]Read More →
Booming over the loud speaker is the announcer, “Everyone please rise for the National Anthem.” The song surrounds the baseball field as players and fans show respect for the flag. “… For the land of the free, and the home of the brave… Play ball!” The moment everyone’s been anticipating is finally […]Read More →
Are Steroids Good for Baseball?
MLB pitchers and catchers report tomorrow signifying the beginning of the 2014 Major League Baseball preseason. With regular season right around the corner, the MLB can expect the lowest ratings and viewers in over a decade. According to the Sports Business Journal, baseball hit its climax in viewers and ratings in 2005, […]Read More →
Why Derek Jeter Deserves Your Respect
Derek Jeter is one of the newest members of the 3,000 hit club. That should be reason enough to respect him, but it’s not. In my opinion, just because you are a great ball player, doesn’t mean that you should be respected and cherished for years to come. Just look at all […]Read More →