By Thom Loverro | 05/08/13 05:35 PM
The waves are choppy these days at Nationals Park. The most docile crowd in baseball is riled up about something as simple as standing up and sitting down in your seat at the game -- choreographed in unison with your neighbors, a seemingly fun and innocuous expression. For some, you would...
By Thom Loverro | 05/06/13 10:40 PM
With all the attention on the film "42," the story of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, more focus has been placed on the decline of black baseball players in today's game and of interest in the history of black baseball. For instance, if you were...
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