The tragic death of Australian cricketer Philip Hughes should make baseball take a pause and reflect on the safety of those who play the game
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Writing down unwritten rules and the impact of instant replay
The Atlanta Braves’ pitcher Julio Teheran was smashed for six home runs in two innings by the Detroit Tigers in a Spring Training game on Sunday
Swinging Away is a book to accompany the exhibit of the same name that was staged at the MCC Museum at the ‘Home of cricket’, Lords, during 2010
While some like to set baseball and cricket against each other, many of us live by the maxim: why enjoy just one great bat-and-ball sport when you can enjoy two?
This week’s web pick looks at an article from the latest edition of Wisden and some thoughts on hitting by Morgan Ensberg
As part of our Keeping Score Season, it always seemed like a good idea to compare the scorekeeping of baseball and cricket games. The recent passing of the Bearded Wonder Bill Frindall made it all the more fitting. For some reason, baseball and cricket are often set up as opposites, where you should like one […]
Sadly for Graeme Swann, the dreams of wasting money on pink Ferraris failed to come true in the early hours of this morning. The England cricket team spent most of the week being humiliated, so their ten wicket loss to the Stanford Superstars in the much-hyped 20-20 game was a fitting way to round off […]
The players line up at the County Ground, Taunton, for the national anthem The much-anticipated contest between Great Britain and a team of cricketers more than lived up to expectations thanks to a classy performance from the national side, a willingness among the cricketers to apply raw talent, and an enthusiastic crowd made up of baseball fans and […]
Marcus Trescothick’s Bangers take on the Great Britain national baseball team this weekend as part of the former England batter’s benefit year. It’s been an enjoyable year for Tresco, as it has been for Zack Greinke in Kansas City.