From CTE and brain injuries in the football to repetitive arm injuries in baseball, our sports can show us what happens when traditional masculinity takes it too far.
Let them play!
Spoiler alert: all of my picks were released in the 80s and half of them star Kevin Costner.
Bedford, New York Supervising Producer discusses documentary on Sir Stanley Matthews and his youth coaching in Soweto.
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.
Fans cheered as the third baseman came to bat nine months after choking his wife. What is wrong with this picture?
They’re why this Dodgers fan is, for the first time in his life, rooting for the Giants.
This ball catching phenomena is the epitome of “cool dad.”
In a time when racial hatred defined a sport and a nation, Ralph Branca chose to stand against the wave of intolerance.
Bill Yarrow writes a surreal and humorous take on poetry, tears, and gender.
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.
Steve Garrett reflects on the wonders of The Game.
My heart has never let me down. All I have to do is listen, go forth and get out of my own way.
Quality time with our kids is precious.
We don’t have follow our fathers’ example. Sometimes, we can follow our sons’.
Choji Murata played as a professional pitcher in Japan for more than two decades, and retired in 1990. Now, 26 years later, he proves he’s still got it.