Major League Baseball, mayors, and celebs around the nation are celebrating the 100th anniversary of baseball's Negro League with videos, patches on uniforms, and the hashtag, #TipYourCap2020. Open Thread.
Keith Olbermann thinks it's time to pull the plug on the 2020 baseball season as the coronavirus ravages teams. It's not just baseball.
Nationals Superfan, Dr. Anthony Fauci, was invited to throw out the first pitch at the Nat/Yankees season opener.
Trump has often said he could have been a professional baseball player. Boxscores indicate he hit just .138 at New York Military Academy.
Hannity ‘Gifts’ Healthcare Workers 500 Tickets To Non-Existent Yankee Games They Probably Wouldn’t Attend
Instead of donating PPE, Sean Hannity reached into his deep pockets and bought 500 New York Yankees tickets for healthcare workers, a purchase that will probably only benefit himself and his pal, the president of the club.
Sports try to stay out of politics, but the Washington Nationals clearly know what their fans want - and it isn't Donald Trump.
In their first home game since the young pitcher passed away, there were too many touching moments and spooky coincidences to ignore.
This week, baseball fans rejoiced as Opening Days across the country marked the beginning of their beloved season. It also happens to be the 150th anniversary of the first official baseball season ever.
Trump did not throw out the first pitch this year. Sad!
Joy Reid notes that Trump might be afraid of his reception by fans, or players, despite every other president doing the ceremonial honours since Taft in 1910.
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