If the Chargers Score and No One’s There to Cheer, Does the Owner Care?
With a proud history in San Diego abandoned and a new home filled with opposing fans, the Chargers are a cautionary tale for rapacious N.F.L. ownership.
Ventura County’s First Baseball Game (via Museum of Ventura County)
By Andy Ludlum, Museum Volunteer
Ventura County’s first organized baseball game was played in 1873, a time when new rules were beginning to…
Source: Museum of Ventura County
Overlooked No More: Jackie Mitchell, Who Fanned Two of Baseball‘s Greats
Mitchell was a 17-year-old pitcher in 1931 when she struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in an exhibition game, but questions about that exploit linger.
At U.S. Open, power of Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka is overshadowed by an umpire’s power play
In a final taut with drama, a clash of two champions is spoiled by the umpire’s chauvinism.
Source: Washington Post