Baseball

  1. April 17, 2019
    Baseball, Julian Dimuro
    Derek Jeter, aka the captain, is one of the most beloved and respected names in sports. The flip, the dive, the 3000th hit, the walk-off knock on his last home at-bat; there are so many legendary moments in his storybook career.
  2. April 11, 2019
    Baseball, Bigger Than Sports
    March 28th was the start of our nation’s most beloved recreational holiday: Opening Day for MLB. This excitement for our national pastime led me to scour the internet for new interesting baseball articles and questions that could only get me ready for the
  3. September 02, 2017
    Baseball, Kyle Richards
    This is my story of meeting, obtaining autographed items, and snapping selfies with Hunter Greene, one of baseball's top prospects.
  4. April 02, 2017
    Baseball, Fantasy Faction, Kyle Richards
    Our contributor and my good college buddy Charlie invited me to participate in a fantasy baseball league this year. Initially, I thought it would be too much of a responsibility, having to change the lineup virtually every day for the stretch of the 162-g
  5. November 13, 2016
    The Intangibles, Leadership, Baseball, Kyle Richards
    The 2016 MLB World Series was quite the roller coaster of emotions for many baseball fans, mainly of the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indian variety. The stakes were high since neither team had won the World Series in a combined total of 176 years (108 for
  6. November 03, 2016
    Storyline Events, Baseball, Kyle Richards
    I have never been more excited about baseball in my life. I think watching Game 7 of the World Series between the Cubs and Indians sparked a newfound interest in baseball for me. I found myself rooting for the Cubs just for the glorious stories that would
  7. November 02, 2016
    Storyline Events, Baseball, Kyle Richards
    There is no better thing in sports than a Game 7 for the championship. That is just what the Cubs and Indians will get to experience this evening when they both aim to end their championship droughts: 108 years for the Cubs and 68 years for the Indians. I
  8. September 29, 2016
    Bigger Than Sports, Baseball, Kyle Richards
    José Fernández, the 24-year-old pitcher for the Miami Marlins, died in a boating accident after crashing into a jetty near Miami Beach early Sunday morning. The news was heartbreaking to the sports world as José was seen as a fun,