Trae Lewis: Whose cheat is it anyway?

The following opinion piece is a contribution from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis. Before I dive into my thoughts on the most recent snubbing of Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds being elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame, I’d like to take you back to the ancient year of 1992. It was a […]

Bieber, Beckham, and Baseball

The following contribution comes from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis. For years we’ve seen the waning appeal of the great game. The decline is reflected in lower television ratings to shrinking youth involvement in Baseball. Non-measuring, yet still impacting, factors such as lack of household Baseball player names among causal fans to […]

Dating tips for Managers

The following contribution comes from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis. Welcome to the Love and Baseball Show. The dating world for some takes a turn for the worst every year during what is called the “break up” season. The time period is conveniently around the start of spring when warm weather is […]

Value over greatness

The following contribution comes from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis. The final weeks of the season are here and Baseball writers are finalizing individuals for yearly awards. The yearly award with the most prestige, the most valuable player award, also comes with the most scrutiny. No sport is immune from it; just […]

Quick, fast, and in a hurry

The following contribution comes from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis. People often give me a puzzling look when I state Baseball is my favorite sport. It shouldn’t get a puzzled look, but I understand why. The numbers show back when I was a mere lad in 1986, Black players made up […]

Pick up the pace

The following contribution comes from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis.  What if Basketball became Baseball… You turn the TV on and the home Basketball team is playing. You tune in as your team’s point guard is about to take the ball from the referee after the opponent scored. He starts dribbling down […]

A star is born… sorta

The following contribution comes from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis.  The 2015 NBA playoffs will once again not have the 76ers, Knicks, Lakers, and at the time of this writing, the Celtics as participants. These four teams are possibly the most storied franchises in the NBA. No Jack Nicholson sitting floor side […]

Going DH on the DL

The following contribution comes from Trae Lewis. You can follow Trae on Twitter @traelewis.  Before I go on my tirade on my disgust on the inevitable implementation of the Designated Hitter in the national league, I’m self-outing myself as a Baseball purist. As a purist I love pitching duels, I loved when inter league play […]