Umpire Leaves Behind Instant Replay, No Hitters, and Labor Strikes

Frank Pulli, a veteran umpire for the National League before the leagues converged their umpires into one group, passed away August 28th in Florida due to complications with Parkinson’s Disease.

BD: Historic Night Overshadows Postseason

From the pages of comes editor Bill Ivie’s thoughts on Pujols’ historic night.

Cardinal Success In Game 5s And Game 7s

Examining the Cardinals history in series deciding game 5’s and 7’s.

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Jews And Baseball’

I-70 Baseball takes a look at the eye-opening documentary about the history of Jewish people in the national pastime.

‘Small-ball’ and the Evolution of Offense

Taking a look back at baseball a quarter century ago, during the 1985 I-70 World Series review, sparked interest for a more in-depth historical look at managerial strategies. Whitey Herzog, … Read More

BOOK REVIEW: Roger Maris: Baseball’s Reluctant Hero

Taking a look at the book “Roger Maris: Baseball’s Reluctant Hero”.