After their recent split-along-racial-lines visit to the Trump White House, longtime Red Sox fan, Nate Graziano, confronts the team’s troubling history.
Is it still America’s Pastime?
One person’s fun can be another man’s misery
Nathan Graziano reviews a perfect choice to top your summer reading list.
Nate Graziano explains why the hit Netflix show is unfair to educators and misses a big opportunity to advance the conversation on mental health and suicide.
I’m a human being and Aaron Hernandez’s story made me feel.
This is how I feel about the 2016 World Series…
Spoiler alert: all of my picks were released in the 80s and half of them star Kevin Costner.
While the David Ortiz storyline for the 2016 season is stupendous, awe-inspiring, the story of the aging hero coming home for a last hurrah is almost as old as storytelling itself.
For close to two months, I was experiencing some measure of happiness. I was watching baseball in the basement, beers an arm’s length, screaming at the television. I was in my element, actually enjoying life.
Other decades of unrest brought out artists who used their art to create both empathy and social change. It’s time for that kind of uprising again.
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…
Nathan Graziano realizes he is a part of the culture that created Owen Labrie. We all are.
Nate Graziano says Minor League Baseball’s 20-second rule actually improves the game — and might fix MLB’s problem with irritated fans.
Youth doesn’t last. However, when you have the opportunity to watch youth performing at its peak, it is wondrous and beautiful.
In 10 year-old boy’s world, it simply doesn’t get any better than your baseball team winning the championship. (Same for 40 year-old dads!)