Why Baseball Remains Our Greatest Game, Despite Low Ratings for the World Series. Lessons From a 104-Year-Old Man. Plus, the Giants’ Greatest Fan, Who Once Said, ‘There have been only two geniuses in the world, Willie Mays and Willie Shakespeare’

Nov 2, 2012  •  Post A Comment

A lifelong Dodger fan reflecting on the rival Giants’ improbable playoff run and dominating World Series triumph, TVWeek Open Mic blogger Chuck Ross finds inspiration in the observations of a legendary screen actress and a 104-year-old philosoper and historian.

Click here to read this thought-provoking piece on what it is that makes baseball our greatest game.

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