Read about the evolution of baseball and why it is baseball’s golden age, with recent innovations, analytics, and shifts in training.
Moving the All-Star Game to a park named after a family renowned for its racism and union-busting doesn’t seem like a good way to make the world a better place
How my family became friends with the humble and kind baseball great
Simulations scratch the sports itch in a surprisingly satisfying way. Are they the future?
The senior VP of baseball operations for the Tampa Bay Rays explains how his team changed the way the game is played—and why he keeps a jar of gefilte fish in his office
How a baseball stats nerd came to ‘interrogate the database’ of a Soviet prison in search of clues to a 70-year-old mystery
As the Cubs clinch a playoff berth to defend their first title in more than 100 years, a baseball fan remembers the metaphysical horror of watching the North Side Chicago club lose in 1984
Who’s greater? It depends on what you value.
The father of ESPN reporter Darren Rovell promised his son a major leaguer. He got a rookie named Jeff Bagwell.
Which Jewish baseball executive will bring his team out of the desert first: the Cubs’ Theo Epstein, or the Indians’ Mike Chernoff?
Fandom at Wrigley Field, a cathedral of hope for generations and generations, represents a level of devotion that’s downright religious
Team Israel plays in Coney Island this week with a roster of 28 players, two of whom are Israeli citizens. Luckily, a few loose rules—and the efforts of the team’s president—have expanded the player pool.
The dog days of summer call for a roster of the best, from Sandy Koufax to ‘The Hebrew Hammer’ and more
Is Houston Astros prospect Alex Bregman the next Hank Greenberg? We’ll know soon enough.
From Hank Greenberg to Steve Stone, here’s archival footage of some of baseball’s best Jewish players performing on the game’s most spectacular stage
This year’s MLB All-Star selections are proof that Theo Epstein is a baseball God
Keep on swingin’
As Major League Baseball’s opening day nears, prepare yourself by visiting a new online museum about Jews and America’s Pastime