Our new columinst, David N. Drake, offers his thoughts on the best and worst moves of the 2010/11 offseason
Archive | February, 2011
Summary A look at the best players, teams, grounds, and more from the first decade of the National Baseball League. Access the PDF Click here Please leave comments on the article below.
A review of Big Hit Baseball, a new arcade-style baseball game for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
This article resulted from a piece of historical research that cost nothing and took less than 10 minutes, but I think the result is magnificent. I did not write that to brag about the achievement. Instead, I’m just trying to illustrate that it doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming to recover facts about British […]
The Great Britain National Baseball Programme has signed a three-year deal with Hawk Sports to provide uniforms for all age-levels in the national set-up
The process of updating our Baseball Basics for Brits series continues with a revised version of volume 2: MLB Rosters
Team GB’s historical enthusiasts, and even the more casual fans, will be aware of – and will love to cite – the triumph of England over Team USA in a series of Tests in 1938 that represent the first official baseball world championship. (Among the stars of the England team was Ross Kendrick, who was […]
An area has been set up on Facebook for gathering memories and items relating to baseball in Britain in the 1970s.
Current followers of “MLB on 5 Live”, old fans of “Baseball on Five”, and other members of the British baseball community will all have come across Josh Chetwynd as a broadcaster, a coach, a player, or maybe all three. And those who like reading books may well have also come across him as an author. […]
If you’ve been keeping an eye on the BaseballSoftballUK/British Baseball Federation websites recently, and I’m sure you have, you’ll know that there has been a fair bit of news around the British game of late