Alternative Baseball For Special Needs Looks To Launch In DetroitThe founder of a baseball league for those with special needs is hoping to bring his alternative baseball organization to the metro Detroit area.
Lansing Lugnuts Extends Offer To Toronto Blue Jays To Play In Lansing"Now batting for Toronto, number 27, Vladimir Guerrero Jr." could be a sound heard over the PA at Cooley Law Stadium in Lansing.
Dr. Anthony Fauci On Baseball Returning This Summer: 'There's A Way Of Doing That'The coronavirus pandemic has forced all sports into indefinite hiatus, but Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious diseases expert, sees a path back.
Best Sports Moments In July 4th HistoryHere are a few of our favorites from Fourth of July's past.
Michigan Falls One Game Short Of National Title, Vanderbilt Wins 8-2Vanderbilt swept the Southeastern Conference regular-season and tournament titles, set the league record for wins, tied the record with 13 draft picks and lost back-to-back games just twice.
10 Upcoming High School Baseball Games To Keep An Eye OnThings are heating up in local high school baseball. Here's a peek at some notable boys varsity baseball matchups on the calendar from in and around Detroit.
Crowdfunding Campaign Launched For Historic Hamtramck StadiumPlans are underway to restore a Detroit-area ballpark that once was home to Negro Leagues professional baseball teams.
'Pitching Nun' Shows Off 'Nunbelievable' Dance MovesCBS Chicago caught up with the nun as she returned back to Marian Catholic High School to find out more about her love of baseball.
Baseball With Signatures Of 11 Greats Sold For $623,369The only living original inductee who didn't sign the ball was Lou Gehrig, who on that day was headed to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota where he'd be diagnosed with ALS, the disease that would end his career, take his life and unofficially bear his name.
Twitter Users Share Baseball Players Tweets to Expose Toxic Culture A pair of Twitter users whose posts exposing offensive tweets by baseball players went viral over the weekend say their aim was not malicious but to give fans a fuller picture of who they're cheering for, and to expose the sport's "toxic" culture.
Miguel Cabrera Trying to Stay upbeat About RecoveryMiguel Cabrera can now say it with a good deal of certainty: Baseball is harder than it looks on TV.