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Baseball Builds Bridges with Japanese Peruvians

Baseball Builds Bridges with Japanese Peruvians

By Aurora Flores LIMA, Peru (BP) — Peru’s Nikkei, Japanese immigrants and their descendants, live and work among Peruvians, but their loyalties to Japanese identity and community can wind...
Retaliation in MLB Must Stop

Retaliation in MLB Must Stop

By Brett Honeycutt Pittsburgh Pirates star and reigning National League MVP Andrew McCutchen was hit by a pitch on Aug. 2. Ordinarily, that might not even have been a note in the game story the...
Little League and Character

Little League and Character

By Todd Brady JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)–Bill Veeck once said “There are only two seasons—winter and Baseball,” and around our house, it’s baseball season. Little League offers up a beautiful...
Orioles’ slugger Davis finds blessing in surrender

Orioles’ slugger Davis finds blessing in surrender

By Jeff Robinson BALTIMORE (BP)–The game of baseball closely resembles life in many ways: it is played every day (between April and October), it is full of unexpected twists and turns and even...
Ben Zobrist sponsors baseball tournament in Ukraine

Ben Zobrist sponsors baseball tournament in Ukraine

By Yurii Tyvonchuck, FCA Ukraine On February 14-16 in Rivne, Ukraine there was a kids’ baseball tournament sponsored by and in the name of Tampa Bay Rays player Ben Zobrist. The tournament was...