Baseball is entwined with American history, but it can also be the source of propaganda.
On October 13, 1921, Edna Vaughn phoned the police to file a missing persons report for her husband, James “Hippo” Vaughn.
What would Coors be like at other altitudes? What does the Bambino have on Statcast, and Taylor Motter in 2-D.
Mary decries a 75-year-old cereal box, Matt breaks down the latest in Tampa Bay roster casualties, and Stacey reacts to an awkward gift.
Matt recounts how history was made on a bad Reds team in 1998, while Mary does some social archaeology through customs of baseball past.
Mary spins a sad yarn of mistaken identity, Jen judges the winner of an exhibition debate, and Matt creates and solves a great mystery of our time.
A pre-emptive strike against the renaming of things, thoughts on semicolon baseball, and a scouting report on people scouting.
Ernie Banks personifies the journey many baseball fans take.