The History of How We Follow Baseball

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I stumbled across Philip Bump’s October 26th, 2011, article on “The History of How We Follow Baseball.” Absolutely fascinating! Philip Bump is a developer, strategist and writer from Washington, D. C. His article appeared in The Atlantic, and is an excellent read. It brought back memories of going to the local barbershop in Tennoji (south […]

History of Baseball: Greatest Players of All-Time Series (1 to 14)

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The following post is part of an ongoing series taken from Paul Gillespie‚Äôs book, ALL-TIME GREATS OF BASEBALL: My Top Picks At Each Position. These lists include the greatest offensive and defensive players in the history of baseball, extracted from a database Paul developed for the lifetime composite ratings and skill sets of players from […]

World Series 2011 Game Six: Cards Freese Rangers In Thriller

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Third baseman David Freese of the St. Louis Cardinals may not have the credentials of his teammate, Albert Pujols, or the Rangers’ Josh Hamilton, but he is rapidly approaching cult status among the Busch Stadium faithful! Freese, the “Big Chill,” blasted a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning to send the […]

Best of Baseball… Coming Soon!

Cy Young in 1902. At the time, Boston's AL club was known as the Americans.

Following the baseball playoffs, FROM DEEP RIGHT FIELD will be running a series based on my book, ALL-TIME GREATS OF BASEBALL: My Top Picks At Each Position. The book is distributed by ULTIMATE BASEBALL THE GAME (UBTG). UBTG is an exciting strategy baseball board game that fans everywhere will no doubt love to play. This […]