There have been many inside baseball with a gift for gab; however, in my book no one ever beat Charles Dillon Stengel for his way with words. I was early on in my writing career going around interviewing for one of my baseball books with a letter from a publisher … Continue reading
Watching NBA high flyers, three point shooters, is a bit like watching pinball machine action in a game controlled by a clock. And all of this is a far cry from the way things once were. Back in the early years of the league, many games were yawning affairs or … Continue reading
Time flies in life and especially in baseball. There is always the “next big thing.” Lest we forget, there was once Charles Dillon Stengel, a piece of work, bigger than life, bigger than baseball.