Cheating at baseball is as American as, er, baseball. From corked bats to sign stealing and steroids, coming up with ways to cheat—or at least bend the rules almost to the breaking point—is something of a tradition in the sport. In the above video, Andy Martino—author of Cheated: The Inside Story of the Astros Scandal and a Colorful History of Sign Stealing—surveys the history of foul play on the field. — Read the rest
Kansas City’s Negro Leagues Baseball Museum kicks off #MyBaseballStory campaign in honor of Buck O’Neil and sharing memories.
After this year's All-Star Game was pulled from Atlanta in a snit over Georgia's voting reform law, wouldn't it be sweet poetic justice if the Atlanta Braves won the World Series?
It's family Sunday FunDay here at Coney Island's Maimonides Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones. For the low price of $18, enjoy the up-close views of future New York Mets stars and between-innings fan contests involving potato sacks. If the kids don't wilt in the mid-July swelter, they can run the bases on the field after the game. It's minor league baseball at its corny, affordable best.
What are you looking forward to in the post-baseball New York sports world?
Twitter unveiled Twitter for Professionals, calling it a single destination for businesses, creators, developers and publishers across all industries to showcase their content, products and services directly on Twitter free-of-charge. The social network explained in a blog post, "Twitter allows anyone to tap into the public conversation. We know people come to Twitter to interact
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Years before players are honed by managers and coaches, they are guided by parents, teachers and friends