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July 20, 2020
Baseball’s Stadium Workers Are Getting Peanuts From the Billionaire Owners
When baseball shut down, 39,000 stadium workers lost their jobs, and the MLB has done little to help them out.
June 22, 2020
When the KKK Played Against an All-Black Baseball Team
For the white-robed, playing a black team was a gift-wrapped photo op, a chance to show that the Klan was part of the local community—even the black citizens.
June 18, 2020
Remembering Jim Bouton’s ‘Ball Four’
The former Yankees pitcher’s 1970 tell-all has gone down as one of the best sports books of all time.
June 4, 2020
A Lavender League of Their Own
Just in time for Pride Month, a new documentary brings an episode in baseball history out of the closet.
May 15, 2020
Baseball’s Plan to Reopen Is All Risk for the Players
The media and the owners are pressuring the players to take a lousy deal and return to the field during a pandemic.
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May 5, 2020
The Ghosts of Dodger Stadium
Author Eric Nusbaum joins the show to talk about his new book on the founding of Dodger Stadium
April 24, 2020
Trump Wants Sports Back, Safety Be Damned
Reopening the National Football League could mean open season on the rest of us.
April 8, 2020
The Plans to Bring Sports Back Are Truly Dystopian
We don’t need distractions, we don’t need Mortal Kombat. We need to grow the hell up and wait this out.
March 25, 2020
Emily Nemens Talks Baseball and the Art of the Quarterly
With the baseball season delayed, the new book by the editor of
The Paris Review
The Cactus League
, is a salve for fans.
February 7, 2020
Pete Rose Thinks He Has a Chance at the Hall of Fame
Pete Rose should think again.