Steven Goldman

baseball writer

Guest

Baseball writer Steven Goldman is host of the podcast Infinite Inning and the author of Forging Genius: The Making of Casey Stengel.  He is the former managing editor for baseball at SB Nation.

Steven Goldman on KCRW

Ten innings… But how many pitching changes… how many lead changes… how many home runs?

The ecstasy and pain of the Dodgers-Astros World Series

Ten innings… But how many pitching changes… how many lead changes… how many home runs?

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Last night was Derek Jeter’s last game as shortstop for the New York Yankees with the team playing the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee stadium.

Derek Jeter’s Magical End to a Magical Career with the Yankees

Last night was Derek Jeter’s last game as shortstop for the New York Yankees with the team playing the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee stadium.

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