May 07, 2012 | ALBERT CHEN
What does Houston's Chris Snyder (career average: .229) have in common with the Splendid Splinter? Now even he sees defenses deploy radical alignments to stop him. The Ted Williams Shift—it isn't just for legends (or...
April 16, 2012 | Edited by ALEXANDRA FENWICK
Baseball's opening week had a throwback feel. In Broward County, Fla., where Joe DiMaggio spent his last days, voters received an e-mail invitation to a fund-raiser for sheriff's candidate Louie Granteed to be...
March 26, 2012 | TOM VERDUCCI
AFTER THE GREATEST 11-YEAR OPENING A HITTER HAS EVER HAD, ALBERT PUJOLS IS STARTING OVER WITH THE ANGELS. HOW CAN HIS NEXT DECADE POSSIBLY MATCH UP WITH THE LAST? IT ALL STARTS WITH A DAILY SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT SWING
March 26, 2012 | JANE LEAVY
RED SOX PITCHER FRANK SULLIVAN DELIVERED THE WITTIEST OF ALL LAMENTS ABOUT THE PERILS OF PITCHING TO MICKEY MANTLE. HE GAVE UP ENOUGH HOME RUNS TO KNOW
November 24, 2011
IF YOU are lucky enough to have visited Fenway Park—whether once, twice or dozens of times—then you will always carry it with you, for Fenway is a moveable feast. O.K., so that's not quite what Hemingway wrote (he...