When I was a kid, I remember my physics teacher telling my class that if somehow you could throw a curveball in space, it would go in a full circle back to you, basically hitting you in the back. Now, this seems like pure bunk to me in hindsight, but I got curious about the mechanics of a curveball.
The Baseball Almanac is another one of those old-school websites where it looks like very little has changed.
Looking for a new book on baseball to read? Interested in some prose or poetry on the National Pastime? Spitball Magazine has you covered.
ay we visit the Louisville Slugger Bat factory to see how the bats Major League Baseball uses are made. (That branding is pretty cool.)
At its heart, it is a group of individuals that just love this game and look to add to it through research and statistics and their depth of knowledge about the history of the game.
At the start of the pandemic, in May 2020, he created a slideshow of art titled "Baseball in New York" to try to help us all deal with the absence of our pastime.
I assume everyone here has heard of and uses Baseball Reference, but it is one of my favorite sites out there. It has changed very little and is a throwback to the early days of the internet. It is also extremely functional, making so much of baseball history easily accessible.
Top O' the Inning to Ya! Okay, I can't take credit for that (and I am not sure I want to), but if you are Irish and love baseball, maybe head on over to the Irish American Baseball Society website and learn about the great contributions the Irish have made to professional baseball.