Tag Archives: Major League Baseball

Harry Targ :
SPORT | The Cubs, struggle, and social change

The Cub’s victory teaches us that if people try hard enough and long enough, they can win. By Harry Targ | The Rag Blog | November 3, 2016 Chicago’s iconic journalist, columnist, pundit, and Cubs fan, Mike Royko, once ruminated … finish reading Harry Targ :
SPORT | The Cubs, struggle, and social change

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Dave Zirin :
SPORT | The sweetest escape: The Chicago Cubs win the World Series

After more than a century, the Cubs gave so many of us cathartic joy, just when we needed it the most. By Dave Zirin | The Rag Blog | November 3, 2016 There are no words. If the greatest predictor … finish reading Dave Zirin :
SPORT | The sweetest escape: The Chicago Cubs win the World Series

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Murray Polner :
SPORT | Former Dodger GM’s exile from baseball: Was justice done?

Despite Al Campanis’ historic racist remark, he was a proud and honorable man who was mistreated by pro baseball’s self-righteous moral guardians. By Murray Polner | The Rag Blog | August 26, 2014 I often think of Al Campanis, a … finish reading Murray Polner :
SPORT | Former Dodger GM’s exile from baseball: Was justice done?

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SPORT / Dave Zirin : Decriminalize Baseball!

Ryan Braun isn’t Al Capone. Image from Deadspin. Decriminalize the game:A solution to baseball’s drug wars I love baseball and it’s tragic to watch it self-devour. By Dave Zirin | The Rag Blog | June 5, 2013 See Thorne Dreyer’s … finish reading SPORT / Dave Zirin : Decriminalize Baseball!

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