MLB Week in Review (July 14-20)

This week gave a glimpse into the hierarchy that exists in the MLB and in all sports as one player spoke out and was essentially forgotten about while another did the same two weeks ago and was cut.

MLB Week in Review (April 26-May 2)

The MLB is steeped in tradition as they are a league that leads every league in their connection to their history. They are a league that looks back to over 100 years of tradition to find out how to play the game and how to carry themselves. The players who make it into the MLB enter into a contract with every other player they take the field with. These players immediately enter into the world of the unwritten rules of baseball where right and wrong are more of a blurred line.

MLB Week in Review (April 19-25)

In sports many times it is thought that newer is better when it comes to any aspect of the game from players to uniforms to systems. That rings true for the stadiums in sports as well with leagues seeing newer and better stadiums going up almost every year. The stadiums for all of the leagues are beginning to become their own small theme parks. There are more seats than ever while the amenities inside can range from great and unique food to massive stores with any type of merchandise.

MLB Week in Review (April 5-11)

This week would mark a very important date in the history of the MLB as April 8th would mark the 40th anniversary of Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth’s home run record. On April 8th 1974 “Hammerin’ Hank” would hit his 715th career home run breaking a record that had stood since Babe Ruth hit his last home run in 1935. It was a changing period for the MLB a time that the world was changing around the league.

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