Archive for the 'Ballparks' Category

A fan’s odyssey reawakens his love of baseball.

An ode to the tradition of keeping a scorecard.

A young wonder on the diamond reignites the love of the game for a discontented fan.

If the game report says it was warm and breezy, was that really the case on the field?

The night-game times are a-changing as new lighting technology hits big league fields.

How the Houston Astros’ new High-A affiliate is settling into its impermanent situation.

When the wind blows in Atlanta, what will it do the baseballs in the new stadium?

Updating an old prediction with new data to determine how a cigar container will work in the desert.

What roles should feeling and science have in determining history?

Creativity isn’t gone. It’s just transitioned off the playing field.

Is the follow-up to the humidor doing its intended job?

The Pacific Coast League is a hitter’s haven, but not for the reasons you think.

Could virtual reality put us in long-gone ballparks?

Previously left for dead, Kinston, N.C., will host minor league baseball again in 2017

There’s October baseball at Wrigley Field. There’s also October weather.

How to keep a ballplayer in bronze from tipping over.

A tour of big league ballparks, if patiently undertaken, can show you what’s really inside.

An infatuation with the NPB is cemented upon seeing its games in person for the first time.

The author’s annual baseball tour is all about — baseball!