Tag Archives: Lord’s Cricket Ground


The Don. The Babe. South Korea. What do all these have in common? According to the Guardian last year, plenty. Martin and I touch on the two 1930s Cricket-and-Baseball Summits in something of a coda to Right off the Bat—minus … Continue reading

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Baseballs for the Longest Day

I (Evander) was treated to a good chunk of the fifth-longest game ever played by the New York Mets. It ran twenty innings as the Miami Marlins scratched out a 2-1 win. The contest lasted almost six-and-a-half hours. Altogether, something … Continue reading

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England Go One Up

Open the Door, and Let ’em In England have gone one-up in the Test series against India after a comprehensive victory at Lord’s cricket ground last Monday. There’s lots to say about the match itself, and you can read reports … Continue reading

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