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Episode 31: MLK Jr. Day

Jen, Mary, and Sarah share their favorite stories of how Martin Luther King, Jr. influenced baseball. Plus, they welcome special guest Crystal Owens.

A review of Prince Fielder’s new food show asks the age-old questions: Is the retired slugger the next Anthony Bourdain?

THT Audio
Episode 31: MLK Jr. Day

Jen, Mary, and Sarah share their favorite stories of how Martin Luther King, Jr. influenced baseball. Plus, they welcome special guest Crystal Owens.

Random Box Score: May 4, 1993

One Tuesday night, out of the blue, the Rockies and Cubs delivered a thriller in extras.

Card Corner Plus: The Beauty of ’83 Topps and the Mystery of Lee Mazzilli

Topps cards began to hit their stride as Lee Mazzilli began a curious decline.

The Draft Kings

Exploring the smartest franchise in the history of the MLB Amateur Draft…or the luckiest?

If I’m the Pope

Making good use of an irritating phrase.

Looking back at the tumultuous events of June 19, 1977.

Born in Terre Haute, Ind., during the summer of 1943, Tommy John played baseball through college as a left-handed pitcher. In 1961, the Cleveland Indians signed him as an amateur free agent. After two years in the minors, John made his major league debut in 1963. He pitched until 1989, accruing 288 wins, 79.4 WAR, […]

Inside baseball is one thing, but outside baseball — a life at its boundaries — has value, too.

A former MLB top prospect takes his talents across the ocean to NPB.

Is the ball carrying more at Dodger Stadium?

Confessions of a seamhead Paleotech.

Nokona Gloves and Warstic Bats appear to be as different as the two parts of the game they equip.

When and how do pitchers earn them? The answer, as usual, is…it depends.

The former pitcher remembers his counterpart behind the plate.

All-Star Baseball 2004 and 2005 designed several “future” ballparks. Did they come to fruition?

Please grant my wishes, Santa, and make baseball bearable again.

In our final edition, a catcher, a pitcher and a first baseman are selected.

In this penultimate edition, two prospects and a veteran come off the board.

A Cy Young winner, an MVP candidate and a phenom.

The first pitcher finally comes off the board…but before him, two outfielders.

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