This is the grave of Joan and Ray Kroc. Ray Kroc was born in 1902 to a Czech immigrant family near Chicago. He was just an average guy for the first few decades of his life. His father had briefly hel
Roy Halladay, killed by the hubris of the wealthy to believe they can handle flying machines they cannot handle. One of the 2 or 3 greatest pitchers of the 21st century. Share
I mean, sure you would think that Jeffrey Loria would be the worst possible person to own the Marlins, barring Daniel Snyder wanting to break into baseball. But no! Evidently, no one can join the new
Publicly funded sports stadiums, the grift that keeps on giving. Oh, what a lovely investment the Milwaukee Brewers team is. Mark Attanasio paid $223 million for the Brewers in 2005 and the team is no
This is the grave of Carl Pohlad. Born in 1915 in Des Moines, Carl Pohlad moved to California to play junior college football. He was discovered by none other than Bing Crosby, who convinced him to go
Well, this truly justifies the impoverishment of minor league baseball players. I asked Rob Manfred about MLB's endorsement of the Save America's Pastime Act & why MLB is opposed to paying
This is the grave of A. Bartlett Giamatti. Giamatti was born in 1935 and became an literature professor at Yale. In 1978, he became president of Yale, serving in that role until 1986. His tenure as pr
Did you know baseball evidently needs saving? From what, you might ask? Is it from sluggers using specific drugs that challenge the records of the heroes current sportswriters had when they were kids?