Archive for September 2017

From Nancy Faust to Kendrick Lamar, A-Ha to Bob Marley, and The Righteous Brothers to Metallica, we love music at the ballpark.

Women have been writing terrific stories about baseball essentially since the sport began.

It all comes down to this, the final week–and ultimately, the final day–of the season.

Three smart players devoted their lives to baseball.

The payoff of being polite.

Looking back at some of Justin Verlander’s most interesting moments.

How a person can be a hero by being a zero.

A tight race shows no signs of letting up.

Technology is rapidly advancing possibilities in decision-making.

It’s not always the best players that we develop an affinity for.

People told her what they really think.

It was a blowout, but it’s a game worth remembering.

A stunning and complex late-season horse race continues.

The official scorer’s job: tough calls and blowback.

From the inside, what it’s like to be an official scorer.

Name your player! The recent Players Weekend gives us a chance to do exactly that.

“Spahn and Sain and pray for rain” would totally catch on these days.

Changes have come to THT’s website, and will come to the annual book.

Was this the best late-season battle in baseball history?

Well, of course it’s late – and here’s why.