I was seven years old sitting rapt and cross-legged in front of a TV so old you needed to stand up and turn the dial every time you wanted to change the channel. There was zero chance anyone in my family was going to change the station that day, though. We were watching my cousin…
Spring Marie Cullen relates her experience in Little League.
“When I realized that you could be a female and be a sports reporter, I was dead set on it.”
Dusty Diamond’s All-Star Softball was one of the more overlooked baseball titles of the 8-bit era. This is an often tossed about adjective for anything that isn’t Mario or Zelda, but I can vouch for its overlookability, since I discovered it about five years ago and now it’s probably one of my three favorite baseball…
Once the glass ceiling is shattered, we still have to pick up the pieces and build something better for those following our lead.
“Until we have exactly what the men have, how are we gonna even know our true potential.”
Toni Stone was the first woman to play men’s professional baseball in the Negro Leagues.
It would seem that all of the pieces are in place, so why hasn’t it happened yet?
“Toni Stone” brings new perspective on the life of the first woman to play in the Negro Leagues.
It is a rare occasion when a woman gets to be in charge of her own narrative. More frequently, women’s stories when they’re told are done so through the eyes and voices of men who have a vested interest in telling only those parts which do not threaten their power. Our collection of stories as…
The tournament was, simply, fun as hell to watch.