A 30-year-old baseball card collector goes back in time by opening packs of cards from 20 years ago, reminiscing on a simpler time in collecting that was focused on the debut of super-premium products and inserts, not relics and autographs.
Though injured and far from the best hitter on the Minnesota Twins in 1991, Gene Larkin provided the only hit that mattered in Game 7 of the World Series, sending the Twins to the championship.
Hundreds of players step foot onto a major league baseball field for the first time every season, and among those debuts are a handful of stars, a lot of duds, and - in most cases - at least a Hall of Famer or two. But what about those seasons which don’t see a Hall of Fame player making his...
Both sides had mis-steps, but was it the government or the Mohawks who contributed more heavily to the escalation of the Oka Crisis?
Jackie Robinson had a tough assignment when he became the first African-American player in pro baseball, but if there ever was a person who could cast aside the racism that followed, it was Jackie.