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August 31, 2021
On September 1, 1971, the Pittsburgh Pirates Made Baseball History
There are many factors behind the “cleansing” of African Americans from a sport to which we were so essential for most of the 20th century.
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August 27, 2021
The Ballplayer Who Fought for Free Agency
For his talents on the diamond and his determination off of it, Curt Flood deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
May 18, 2021
How a 1948 Baseball Team Explains the World
Author Luke Epplin joins the show to talk about his new book,
Our Team: The Epic Story of Four Men and the World Series That Changed Baseball
May 6, 2021
Sports Unions Come Together to Fight for the PRO Act
The sports unions for basketball, baseball, football, and hockey have combined forces—and the labor movement is stronger for it.
April 13, 2021
The Legendary ‘Cobra’ Dave Parker
Legendary baseball player Dave Parker joins the show to talk about his recent book and his storied career.
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April 12, 2021
MLB, NBA, and NHL Games Are Canceled in the Twin Cities
Following the police killing of Daunte Wright just outside of Minneapolis, three major league games have been called off.
April 9, 2021
The Last Time People Tried to Get Baseball to Move the All-Star Game
A decade ago, a similar call to move the All-Star Game failed. What has changed?
April 6, 2021
Baseball Says No to Jim Crow 2.0
Major League Baseball is a conservative institution. It speaks volumes that it moved the All-Star Game from Brian Kemp’s Georgia.
April 6, 2021
What Is the Future for Women’s Sports Coverage?
Professor Cheryl Cooky joins the show to talk about her recent research into televised women’s sports.
February 9, 2021
Will American Sports Recover From Trumpism?
Over the past four years, Trumpism has gradually replaced sports as America’s most compelling live entertainment.