Matt reviews “The Last At-Bat of Shoeless Joe”, which is a fictional novel that interacts with a real person from history, not unlike the neighbor plot arc from “The Sandlot”.
Nelson writes an heartfelt op-ed essay to defend and describe in detail the sport he loves. No, it’s not blindfolded motocross, it’s America’s Pastime: Baseball!
“108 Stitches” is a captivating read, told from the perspective of a man that lived it in the trenches. There’s a lot of crazy behind-the-scenes stuff that goes on in baseball, and here’s an expansive collection of the most memorable stories.
In this episode of Life Without a Fastball, Zippy shows us how to negotiate a player contract like a boss, and how too much of a good thing soon becomes a not good thing.
In Part 4 of Life Without a Fastball, Zippy starts getting a taste of fame, fan appreciation, and learns how to use 280 characters to ask where babies come from.
In Life Without a Fastball: Part III, Zippy has to close out the ballgame with pitches softer and more wobbly than butterfly kisses. Can he slam the door?