Freelance writer and editor
I'm a freelance writer and editor based in Sacramento, California. I've written for Sporting News, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Sacramento Bee, Sacramento News & Review, Gold Country Media, The National Pastime Museum, Sports On Earth, USA Today Sports Weekly, Hardball Times and many more.
Few African-Americans play baseball these days. A look at why this is-- and the fight to change this.
By stats, Bobby Grich nearly ranks as an inner circle Hall of Famer. Voters haven't seen it that way.
Few baseball fans know of Joe Marty. But many once considered him a better prospect than Joe DiMaggio.
Dale Murphy and many former greats are struggling to get in the Hall of Fame. He has an idea to change this.
Many good baseball players aren't in Cooperstown. I polled Sporting News readers on the 25 best not enshrined.
Strangest voting story ever.
Minor league statistician Bill Weiss died in 2011 with an invaluable baseball history collection. This is what became of it.
Even adjusting for inflation, famous baseball players have often been underpaid.
Tony Gomez might have excelled in the Pacific Coast League. The problem: His skin was too dark.
Six months before he died, veteran baseball author Robert Creamer gave a surreal, powerful interview.