Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Prayer for Venezuela

Venezuela is a country on the brink of something terrible. While the shutting of Coca Cola and Polar Beer plants make flashy headlines, the scarcity of general services and overall despair of the populace are pushing the situation to a … Continue reading

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Getting Rough-ned

Roughned Odor is only 22 years old. And he’s now established himself as a baseball bad-ass. Jose Bautista has been mocking pitchers for the past few seasons with a theatrical bat flip after he hits home runs. How this is … Continue reading

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Satch conquers the Natives

Alabama’s own Satchel Paige’s story, well-told by Larry Tye, reminds one of a time not so long ago when the racial divide in this country was more obvious and ugly. Yet black players like Paige were treated as equals when … Continue reading

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