Archive for September 2019

What happens when one person loses his passion, leading to another’s being ignited?

It seems impossible that a movie about Moe Berg could be boring. And yet…

A character-driven portrait of the pressures of baseball fame.

This unique Tigers pitcher from the 1970s played baseball his own way.

A new book and documentary resonate deeply, providing a connection to the pitcher that goes beyond baseball.

A baseball romance shows the descriptive power (and limitations) of fiction.

Ring Lardner’s classic retains its relevance over a century later.

Looking back at some of Justin Verlander’s most interesting moments.

A mostly forgotten baseball novel reminds us what has changed — and hasn’t.

There aren’t many movies like this one.