Featured Stories
Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst
 
Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary

Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary

Originally published on BaseballdeWorld.com There was a lot of talk around the baseball world a little over a year ago when  documentary premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. No No: A Dockumentary was the film in question and was just recently added to Netflix. Before hearing of the film I knew just a little […]

Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk

Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk

Wrigleyville is the well known area surrounding the ever popular summer spot of Wrigley Field. There are restaurants and bars and plenty of baseball fans to be found on a summer afternoon. Many baseball fans have wondered what it would be like living in the neighborhood surrounding Wrigley Field for a summer of baseball and […]

Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo

Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo

On the cover it claims it is “A Two-Year Saga of Sinners and St. Paul Saints at the Bottom of the Bush Leagues with Bill Murray, Darryl Strawberry, Dakota Sadie and Me”. The book is Slouching Toward Fargo by Neal Karlen, and I enjoyed every bit of the book except the “Me” part. The book […]

Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond

Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond

What country won its first international baseball game against a country that no longer exist and the first player to get a hit in international play was born in another country? Ireland I have always been fascinated with baseball played in countries other than the USA. Sure it’s the same game, but at the same […]

Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst

Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst

Originally posted on BaseballdeWorld.com Former MLB pitcher Dirk Hayhurst made a splash in the book industry with his first best seller The Bullpen Gospels: Major League Dreams of a Minor League Veteran which talked about life in the minor leagues. Now he is back with his second best seller, Out of My League. Out of My League is […]

Baseball in Taiwan

Baseball in Taiwan

05 July 2010

I am very excited about my upcoming trip to Taiwan to watch some baseball. My school closes for 3 days during the summer, so I have decided to take the long weekend and make the short flight to Taipei. I am really excited about getting out and seeing baseball in a new country. Another thing […]

Read the full story

Posted in Asia, Taiwan0 Comments

Top 10 Baseball Songs

Top 10 Baseball Songs

03 July 2010

Nothing says summer like baseball.  The hot summer nights, hot dogs, cold drinks, and cheering for your favorite team.  Whether you are a Cubs fan who has waited a lifetime to see a championship or a spoiled Yankee fan, there is one thing that everyone can enjoy year round, music. America’s love affair with baseball […]

Read the full story

Posted in MLB0 Comments

International Baseball Travel

International Baseball Travel

02 July 2010

My goal is to see baseball all around the world.   I have started my journey here in the Land of the Morning Calm, South Korea, but many people are not aware of how widespread baseball has become.  The game that Abner Doubleday started, okay so maybe he didn’t, has spread across the globe.  My hope […]

Read the full story

Posted in MLB, KBO0 Comments

NL All-Star Voting

NL All-Star Voting

24 June 2010

It’s that time of year again.  The Mid-Summer Classic is about to be upon us, so it’s time to take a look at who should be playing in Anaheim.  Today, I want to take a look at the senior circuit. National League Catcher – This position seems to be a little thin this year.  However, […]

Read the full story

Posted in MLB6 Comments

The Little Things

The Little Things

23 June 2010

Sometimes it’s the little things in life that bring so much pleasure.  As I sit here on Wednesday night, it is nearing midnight.  I am trying to catch up on some things that have been put off for over a week now.  During that week and a half I have had the worst sinus infection […]

Read the full story

Posted in Way Back Wednesday0 Comments

Kid Dynomite’s Debut

Kid Dynomite’s Debut

10 June 2010

It was a spectacle in Washington on Tuesday night, and it lived up to the billing.  Unless you don’t follow baseball or have been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you’d know I am talking about Stephen Strasburg’s Major League debut.  Strasburg has been the talk of baseball since last years draft. […]

Read the full story

Posted in MLB0 Comments

Stories of Korean Baseball

Stories of Korean Baseball

09 June 2010

I know Korean baseball doesn’t get much air time in the states.  In fact, other than the hardcore fan who might watch the WBC or Olympics (back when it was a sport) most may not know that Korea has a professional league.  They also might not know that the play in the league is quite […]

Read the full story

Posted in KBO0 Comments

Hello Win Column! – What a Game This Is

Hello Win Column! – What a Game This Is

05 June 2010

With all the crap that we see in our day to day lives, sometimes we need to be reminded that there are genuinely good people out there.  Unfortunately this normally takes a bad event to occur (hurricanes, earthquakes, etc…).  But today we got to see something special, and nobody died or was injured in the […]

Read the full story

Posted in MLB0 Comments

Around the Horn

Around the Horn

04 June 2010

I wanted to weigh in on the happenings from yesterday. There were two significant events of the day. First of all, let me quickly mention the retirement of Ken Griffey Jr. I know Griffey hasn’t been the same player for quite some time, but it’s still a sad day knowing one of the all-time greats […]

Read the full story

Posted in MLB0 Comments

June 1 Surprises

June 1 Surprises

03 June 2010

I was looking at the standings and box scores from June 1st and a few things stood out to me. I can’t really decide what is the most surprising out of all of this too, so I want your help. Leave a comment and let me know what you think. 1. Teams in 1st place […]

Read the full story

Posted in MLB2 Comments

New Era (eFashion Solutions)

Quote of the Month

There are three things in my life which I really love: God, my family, and baseball. The only problem - once baseball season starts, I change the order around a bit. ~Al Gallagher, 1971

Polls

Who Will Win the 2014 World Series?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
film izle yerli film izle
üniversite taban puanları lys konuları