Rooting for, and not against, sets an example of sportsmanship
Can America’s favorite pastime improve workplace performance? L. Georgi DiStefano and Bill Eddy tell us how.
Movies reflect the changing roles of men in the 21st century. Here is what our community says about a classic one. — This post is the second in our new series on “Movies and Manhood.” The series gives our regular writers a voice to share how specific movies have impacted their thinking about men. Our […]
View image | gettyimages.com After a back-and-forth opener of The Series, Game 2 was more of a one-sided affair. ____ With KC playing host again for Game 2, the Royals’ bats kept the home team fans on their feet. With ten total hits — compared to the Mets, who only had two hits from Lucas […]
View image | gettyimages.com Game 1 of the World Series had it all: Drama, intrigue, excitement… even a power outage! __ Home Runs, both inside-the-park and over the wall, followed by errors, 22 total Strike Outs recorded, some bottom of the 9th heroics and a 5-hour game made for an “instant classic.” Here’s a recap […]
Take one pitching machine, add one samurai with sword. FIGHT! Who wins? The samurai wins, of course.
Are you ready for another Rocking’ Rocktober? Well, baseball’s annual championship series starts anew, with New York visiting Kansas City for Game 1 and 2.
Boy, does Nathan Graziano sympathize with the Cubs’ fans. — While watching the Cubs/Cardinals game on Tuesday night, I noticed a lot of familiar looks as the television cameras panned through the crowd at Wrigley Field in the ninth inning. The Cubs had a two-run lead going into the top ninth against the St. Louis […]
DiaryDad shares 5 things he learned while watching the Chicago Cubs with his grandpa. — I’m turning 40 this year, and if I could cap it off with any one thing it would be the Cubs winning the World Series. Now before I get the cart before the horse I realize that there is a lot […]
Yogi Berra was a man larger than life and his mindset towards the game of baseball, and life had the ability to influence and inspire not just the greats in baseball but men everywhere.
As I’ve watched (mainly listened to) the Yankees’ games this past month and a half and witnessed Greg Bird’s awesome introduction to the major leagues, I’ve been struck with a feeling of déjà vu (and since sadly, Yogi Berra recently passed away, I’ll go with “I’m having déjà vu all over again”). I feel like I’ve seen this before, and I have.
Yogi Berra’s passing shows us that no life fits within a feel-good headline.
Baseball teaches life, and he taught me that everything matters in both baseball and life.