They say one day we will slowly return to our usual way of life. I hope so. I really need that human touch; that’s what I miss the most, more than baseball or anything else.
A lifelong fan has an epiphany – and learns to see the gift through all the anger.
Even the birds don’t like getting old.
Paul Schneider takes us out of our comfort zone and talks about being a fan of two baseball teams in the same city—weird.
With all his drug tests coming up negative, Olympic sprinter Justin Gatlin’s expected success just might be a classic case of old-fashioned hard work and second chances.
Paul Schneider makes a point about the Baseball Hall Of Fame entrance criteria and the question is: if Ty Cobb, then why not Pete Rose?
Paul Schneider explains why coaching gives him another chance to stay connected to his kids and to teach them what he loves most about the game.
Paul Schneider explains what it feels like to be a divorced father at his daughter’s graduation.
Waiting for a friend outside Wrigley Field, Paul Schneider discovers a new way to honor an ancient ritual.
“Heroes are out there every day, all around, everywhere you look.”
Even his mother knew he was hiding who he was behind that hair, but Paul Schneider was running, too.
A goat’s head addressed to Cubs owner Tom Ricketts was dropped off at Wrigley Field Wednesday afternoon.
After the news comes up over lunch with his kids, Paul Schneider finds himself digesting the news uneasily.
“Stan the Man” Musial, one of the all-time great hitters, is gone.
Paul Schneider misses his kids.