“I didn’t dream about this,” says Mark Titus about the popular and critical acclaim for ‘Don’t Put Me In, Coach.’ “I didn’t know it was possible for a bench-warmer to write a successful book.”
Dirk Hayhurst, author of “Out of My League,” explains what life is like for a struggling major league baseball player.
Professional baseball in a country that lacks fields, players, coaches, fans, and even bats and balls?
Meet the Mets fan who campaigned to become general manager of his favorite team. (No, it's not Mr. Met.)
Twenty years ago, baseball cards were a billion-dollar-a-year industry, with an estimated 81 billion cards produced each year. But the boom times came to an end in the mid-nineties, and to this day the industry hasn’t recovered.
The narrow path to the green at TPC Sawgrass' 17th was dubbed "Angelo's Alley" following the 1985 ‘worst avid golfer’ tournament, when Angelo Spagnolo hit 27 balls in the water, then proceeded to putt around the hazard, scoring a 66 on the hole.