Oh yes he did! Find out more at BaseballGB.
We’ve just completed our first burst of interleague play in the 2010 MLB season. Want to learn more about the history of the two leagues coming together? Why not read Russ Dyas’s most recent article at BaseballGB: ‘Interleague Play & The Marmite Effect: 63 Years In The Making’.
MLB.com has released the details of the 2010 MLB.TV and MLB.TV Premium subscriptions. A British perspective on the new offerings, and the new prices, is available now at BaseballGB.co.uk
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board announced on 13 August that golf and rugby would be put forward for entry to the 2016 Olympics. The decision ended baseball and softball’s hopes for an immediate return to the Olympic fold after a previous decision in 2005 removed the sports from the 2012 London Games.
Read more at BaseballGB about what this means for the future of baseball in Great Britain and as an international sport.
When the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs met last Friday, there was plenty of action to witness both on the field and in the sky. Read my report of keeping score of the game at BaseballGB.
Read about one Brit’s experience of following Mark Buehrle’s incredible perfect game from the UK. It was the topic of this week’s ‘Weekly Hit Ground Ball’ column at BaseballGB, a feature that is published every Sunday during the MLB season.
Great Britain were originally scheduled to play their first round Baseball World Cup games in Moscow, Russia. If that appeared to be an unusual venue, the new home of Pool D will seem just as strange at first glance.
Great Britain and Japan will be playing in Zagreb, Croatia, alongside the home nation and Nicaragua. The change of venue less than two months before the tournament is set to start is the latest twist in the story of Great Britain’s World Cup aventure. Read more about the latest news at BaseballGB here.