Last week's coverage of Ohio State's hiring Bill Mosiello as head baseball coach brought a surprising number of observations about the culture of college and amateur baseball in Ohio and the Midwest. Read, and consider for yourself.
The worst spring weather in a generation has moved Press Pros readers, old and new, far and wide, to comment on our recent opinions on playing baseball and softball in better weather. As always, we appreciate your taking the time to read and share.
The latest received from Press Pros readers share opinion on Larry Doby breaking the color line in the American League just weeks after Jackie Robinson did it in the National League...appreciation for Ohio State benefactor Bill Wells...and support for "spurtability". Enjoy the latest installment of 'The Reader Speaks'.
It didn’t take long. It just took the right people to read and respond that there’s nothing wrong with stating the obvious…when it’s right there for everyone to see. The up-to-date from Press Pros readers here and there.
Concerns over which teams get noticed, while other play in anonymity; and...is an obsession with 'winning' turning kids off to participating in sports. Your thoughts shared in the latest 'Reader Speaks'.
The most recent comments received on fall sports from Press Pros readers everywhere, questioning MAC football, the Friday night 'Picks' page, and "is anyone in Columbus actually reading?" Enjoy the latest installment of the 'Reader Speaks' page.
To our recent post about summer baseball, those who agreed and disagreed came out of the shadows to share their own views and experience on finding a better solution for those...who want to play without wearing a winter coat. Enjoy the latest comments from our readers.
Mid-summer and many of the locals are traveling while lots of first-timers from our audience weigh in on pouting athletes, Covid fear, community baseball....with some excellent 'first-timers'. Read, and enjoy!
Old photos never die, they just get better. And what people remember about old ballparks and old ballplayers is often better than the experience when it happened. Read and enjoy what someone sent this week to Press Pros.
The latest from those who read, have read, and whether they like, or not, they're reading...on state tournament(s) coverage, OHSAA tournament venues, youth baseball, and DeWine. Thanks for letting us know. Enjoy the latest edition of the 'TRS' (The Reader Speaks).
Hard to watch it end...Lincolnview's magical tourney run came to an end at the hands of the most improbable baseball champion in modern OHSAA history. With just eleven players on their roster, Warren took the Division IV title, 4-0.