Allen Barra / TruthdigNov 6, 2016
The players wanted to win the World Series for their fans as much as for themselves. Their success means the days of being “lovable losers”—and having the comfort of baseball fans' pity—are over. Dig deeper ( 5 Min. Read )
Allen Barra / TruthdigOct 26, 2016
His first reclamation project was the Boston Red Sox. Now, Epstein, as president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs, has made good on his promise to transform the team into a World Series contender. Dig deeper ( 7 Min. Read )
Mark Heisler / TruthdigJul 12, 2016
Baseball’s showcase used to be a big deal, but like all other professional sports leagues’ All-Star Games, it continues to decline in popularity and now exists mainly as a way to schmooze sponsors and media partners. Dig deeper ( 5 Min. Read )
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