| Jun 15, 2009
It was Bill Veeck, a true maverick among the sport's moguls, who once declared that "[B]aseball must be a great game, because the owners haven't been able to kill it." Serious fans know they've given it a pretty good try over the years, with a...
| Jan 22, 2010
| 7:47 PM
Bobby Bragan, a 1940s Brooklyn Dodger who became known as a colorful manager in the big leagues and in the minors, died Thursday at his Fort Worth home. He was 92.
The Alabama native spent parts of seven seasons between 1940 and 1948 with the...