Toronto Blue Jays vs Philadelphia Phillies, 1993 World Series

How Joe Carter’s home run entrenched Canada as a baseball country

The generation that came of age dreaming of Joe Carter’s 1993 World Series home run changed the face of baseball in this country

Away Game is a baseball-time-travel mash-up

An entertaining read from former Maclean’s editor Bob Levin

The science and psychology of The Wave

When it works, the wave is a glorious thing. (It doesn’t always work.)

What if stat nerds were given the keys to a pro baseball team?

Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller, two baseball wonks, get a chance to apply their wildest data dreams in real life
Josh Donaldson

Newsmakers 2015: Josh Donaldson and the Jays’ miracle run

There was a playoff run, at last, for the Toronto Blue Jays’ faithful. And it all started with the acquisition of an eventual MVP.
The 1919 Chicago White Sox

The real story behind the most famous scandal in sports history

The Betrayal: The 1919 World Series and the Birth of Modern Baseball
Toronto Blue Jays Twitter War. (Clive Sewell/Toronto Public Library)

Toronto and KC librarians trash talk each other’s baseball teams

Librarians have created baseball #BookSpinePoetry
BBA ALDS Rangers Blue Jays 20151014

An ode to bandwagons—in sports, and politics

Whether it is in baseball or politics, believing in something bigger than yourself is the great pleasure of the fan
Tampa Bay Devil Rays Vs. Boston Red Sox At Fenway Park

The fine art of heckling

Anyone can yell insults at the ballpark. Mastering the delicate art of heckling takes finesse.
Seattle Mariners v Oakland Athletics

Jason Kendall tells us how baseball is really played

Book review: Throwback: A Big League Catcher Tells Us How The Game Is Really Played