If you don't pay much attention to Major League Baseball for much of the season, now it gets more interesting. The baseball playoffs start this week, and I love watching them, even though my team didn't make it (Although, I do have a team in the National League that I'm pulling for).
Whether you're a Yankees fan or not, you have to appreciate Derek Jeter as a class act and role model player for all of Major League Baseball. And tonight, Jeter gets his last at bats at Yankee Stadium, before retiring at the end of the season.
Beer and Major League Baseball have had a long love affair, and the honeymoon isn't over. Maybe you've seen the billboards entitled, "Here's To Baseball" from Budweiser beer. And, if you've been shopping for beer lately, you may have seen some of these.
A sure sign of springs is when "The Boys Of Summer" are back in action. And the 2014 Major League Baseball season is underway (sort of). If you're a baseball fan, you know that the L.A. Dodgers swept two regular season games over the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia. Now the wait is on for the start of the season back in the USA.
Even though central New York is in the midst of winter, Major League Baseball spring training is underway, and that's a good sign of warmer days ahead. Tourists visiting these spring training sites and attending exhibition games has become big business. Here are the details.