If history had twisted and turned in another direction, maybe the Raiders would be moving from Guaranteed Rate Field to Las Vegas.
Or, maybe the Raiders wouldn’t be moving at all. 709 more words
8 days until Opening Day, White Sox fans!
Jim Spencer, the first baseman for the 1977 South Side Hit Men White Sox, is the only player in team history with two 8-RBI games and they happened only 39 days apart (May 14, 1977 and July 2, 1977). 55 more words
One of the most familiar faces in White Sox history belongs to a woman.
On International Women’s Day, I salute the legendary Nancy Faust.
Nancy entertained Sox fans as the Comiskey Park/New Comiskey Park/U.S. 494 more words
Bill Veeck was a baseball executive, but, as he would put it, he was first most an entrepreneur, innovator, and an entertainer. He dedicated his life’s work to baseball, having been the owner of the Milwaukee Brewers, Cleveland Indians, St. 592 more words
Not until the 1960s did baseball executives begin to use terms like “small market” to describe the unique challenges of operating a successful major league franchise in an environment that did not generate the type of revenues available to teams in such cities as New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. 1,026 more words