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How the Dodgers Made Beach Balls at the Ballpark the New National Pastime

The divisive fan phenomenon started around 50 years ago, inspiring the ire of baseball purists and mockery from those who despise Southern California culture. But in time, they’ve become as integral to the stadium experience as peanuts and Cracker Jacks

I Really Miss the Chris Pratt of ‘Moneyball’

Rather than watching his new series, ‘The Terminal List,’ revisit his small but meaningful role in the 2011 baseball drama, which came out long before the backlash against the ‘Jurassic World’ star was at fever pitch

The Incomparable Summertime Joy of Ken Griffey Jr.

‘The Kid’ embodied the very best of baseball, especially during the brief period he played side-by-side with his father — Ken Griffey Sr.

The Gospel of ‘Bull Durham,’ According to Ron Shelton

The director of what many consider to be the greatest baseball movie of all time reflects on the fisticuffs that took place on set, getting edit notes from Donald Trump and what Crash Davis would think about the National League now having a designated hitter