After Kendry Morales injured himself this week celebrating after a game-ending grand slam this week’s column looks at my top 10 baseball player injuries.
Author Archive | Russell Dyas
Interleague play once again arrived and with it the heated discussion between fans over the pros and cons of Interleague matchups. While the official interleague play has had a relatively short life (starting in 1997) compared to rest of the MLB history, ever since its conception it has caused a “Marmite Effect” on fans with […]
This week we highlight some people who are associated with the game that have been trail blazers. We all know the likes of Jackie Robinson however there are many other people who have advanced the game.
Russ looks at the measures MLB is taking to look at its environmental impact and considers whether British baseball can follow from this lead
BaseballGB sits down with Jason Greenberg, the newly appointed General Manager for the Great Britain Senior Baseball team. The post includes an exclusive audio interview recorded especially for BaseballGB.
Last night was the main opening day for most of the MLB clubs sadly for UK viewers MLB.TV had its annual opening day fail. People subscribed to the service where getting Black out restriction messages no matter where their location.
Well it’s here. In a few hours from that first pitch at Fenway Park the months of joy, tears and frustration will start as the New York Yankees will take on the Boston Red Soxs in the first game of the 2010 MLB season.
Want British Baseball Federation 2010 schedules in your calendar? Well we aim to please here at BaseballGB.
As baseball fans in the UK we all have that story, the one where we discover baseball. Whether it be from a family member or seeing the game on TV in a moment of insomnia.
Russ Dyas is back with us again for the 2010 baseball season. Here he takes a look at some of the things to be positive about for the MLB and UK seasons ahead