Vin Scully – A Man for All 67 Seasons

On October 2nd, 1936, an 8-year boy walked by a storefront near his home in the Bronx, NY.  Seeing the box score of that day’s World Series game posted in the window of a laundry, he felt a sort of compassion for the team that was being pummeled by the powerful Yankees. From that moment […]

Baseball Fans Return as Stadium Capacity Increases

It seemed impossible, like wishful thinking, when MLB opened training camps in mid-February and a few visionaries expressed hope that with vaccines continuing to roll out, games could be played before full stadiums with fans by the start of July.  Some scoffed, or even expressed dismay about the decision to gather 50 to 60 players […]