Former Cincinnati Reds outfielder Ken Griffey Sr., a mainstay of “The Big Red Machine” in the 1970s, delivered the luncheon address at the 20th annual..
Middle Tennessee State University rolled the tarpaulin over the infield April 3 and said goodbye to the Baseball Literature and Culture Conference. The gathering of..
Willie Wilson, a former All-Star with Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals, shared a few anecdotes — including a bad experience with signing autographs —..
MTSU’s Baseball in Literature and Culture Conference welcomed a veteran All-Star and took on the sepia tones of the earliest photographs as it turned to..
Jim Bouton, whose 1970 book “Ball Four” ripped the horsehide cover off Major League Baseball, is a “little nervous” about the impact of shorthand, abbreviations..
Former Major League pitcher Tommy John, who saved his career and revolutionized his sport by undergoing a groundbreaking operation was the luncheon speaker at MTSU’s..
Former Major League pitcher Tommy John, who saved his career and revolutionized his sport by undergoing a groundbreaking operation, was the luncheon speaker at MTSU’s..
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