While the official song of the organization proclaimed that the motto of the players was “Do or Die,” the rules of of conduct weren’t quite so tough. ... READ ON
He threw wild, beaned batters, and lost all sense of time, but Dock Ellis still pitched a no-hitter while high on LSD.... READ ON
On this day in 1880, Lee Richmond of the Worcester Ruby Legs twirled baseball's first-ever perfect game.... READ ON
Pulled from 'A History of Baseball in 100 Objects' by Josh Leventhal, these items help tell the story of how baseball grew to resemble the game we know today.... READ ON
Before he wrote Jaws, Peter Benchley was a speechwriter for LBJ.