Major League Baseball: A proposition to attract more fans

Happy Saturday… Regardless if Major League Baseball has a 2020 season or not, this hockey enthusiast has a proposition for America‚Äôs pastime. Baseball has struggled to attract new fans and their attentions over the last two decades. The games are the slowest paced and entail way too many unnecessary pauses compared to the other threeContinue reading “Major League Baseball: A proposition to attract more fans”

Visiting Baseball Stadiums On Your Bucket List

Major League Baseball is one month into its’ 2017 Regular Season. And, it’s that time of the year when sports fan bases across North America not only mark their calendars for ballgames that they’re willing to pay to see in person, but also a time when fans look forward to potentially visiting a new ballparkContinue reading “Visiting Baseball Stadiums On Your Bucket List”

Opening Day In New York

The MLB season may be too long and seem to drag on forever, but whether you’re a baseball fan of any team or none at all, there’s one day that brings a unique atmosphere and excitement to cities all over the U.S. It’s a day that portrays pride, laughs, cheers, and spontaneous smiles. It’s aContinue reading “Opening Day In New York”

The New York Mets: How I Became A Fan

I recently found myself in the middle of an interesting conversation about sports and fanhood; why and how do people become fans of certain teams? Is it because of the area we live in; individual players we find ourselves rooting for; an organization’s colors and branded logo; etc. I found myself trying to explain whyContinue reading “The New York Mets: How I Became A Fan”