What's wrong with the sports world? Well, for starters, six-man umpire crews in the postseason.
It's October, and that means it's time for the annual unfounded dismantling of Alex Rodriguez's game.
Can your favorite tailgating memory be from a baseball game? Tim Keown's is, and it involves the 1982 Oakland A's.
The NFL isn't the only league with insane blackout policies, but at least Major League Baseball is pushing for change.
Having the MLB All-Star Game determine home-field advantage in the World Series is quite simply the dumbest idea in sports history.
Tim Keown longs for a sports landscape replete with colorful quotes and compelling personalities.
Tim Keown isn't a baseball mystic, but he wonders if there's a connection between a pitcher's demeanor and his teammates' performance at the plate.
Tim Keown is a hard-core baseball traditionalist, but he has definitely warmed up to the innovation he saw at a high school game.
Tim Keown is proud to see such literary heavyweights battling it out in the baseball world.
Tim Keown has a few words to say to anyone who thinks baseball games are just too long.
Though 12 hours of Opening Day games, Tim Keown tries to sift through all the optimism for the truth.
The battle between the old-school worshippers and the disciples of "Moneyball" appears to have no end in sight.
Maybe Congress should educate itself about steroids and baseball before the next round of grandstanding.
Monday's loss and Steinbrenner's edict has Tim Keown wondering who's running the Yankees (and who would want to)?
Matt Holliday's headfirst was ill-advised, but baseball's second season is off to a flying start.
Recent events have reminded Tim Keown that the discussion of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball has become one long vacation for logic.