Category Archives: Baseball

White Nationalism Is Dead: Now What?

Brett Stevens writes: Politics forms a sub-heading under philosophy for a reason: where philosophy aims at the unchanging, politics looks at the dynamic of power which shifts frequently. As such, the problem with political terms is that often we target … Continue reading

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Steve Sailer: A Debate Over the Dodgers’ Iranian-Japanese Pitcher Yu Darvish

Steve Sailer writes: First fan: Darvish should do the honorable thing and remove himself from the game by committing seppuku on the mound. Second fan: Or at least he could flog himself Shi’ite style on his way to the showers. … Continue reading

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“Hall of Fame Voters Soften Stance on Stars of Steroids Era”

Steve Sailer writes: “Eventually, people will notice that if nonplayer Selig is in the Hall of Fame, statistical writer Bill James deserves to be in the Hall of Fame at least as much. But then they might notice that, like … Continue reading

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Is Baseball Too White?

Are shuls too Jewish? Are churches too Christian? Is Hollywood too Jewish? Is the NBA too black? Slate editor Josh Levin writes: From the moment he made his debut for the Marlins, he ignored the fusty expectation that players—often young, … Continue reading

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ESPN: “Baseball — It’s a White Man’s Game by Design”

Steve Sailer writes: …the Moneyball revolution has led to the hiring for front office jobs of a lot more guys who look like Jonah Hill than guys who look like Howard Bryant. But Mr. Bryant’s anger at all the Jonah … Continue reading

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