Baseball Essay Topics

Issue with Steroids in Major League Baseball

Today, Anabolic Steroids are widely used and abused by athletes as their gateway of having bigger muscles. There are certain issues related to abusive use of steroids when Senator Mitchell’s Report came out and named famous athletes whoa re engage in steroid addiction. The future of Major League Baseball is at stake because of this…. View Article

The Game of Baseball

Baseball is one of Americas favorite past times, as well as mine. There are many different sports for boys to play, however, baseball was the only one my heart got attached to. It has always given me that adrenaline rush that made me want to continue playing even up to today. Baseball is one of… View Article

For the Love of the Game

The poem, “Black Hair by Gary Soto describes a boy who had and probably still has a love and passion for baseball. Many images throughout this poem support this fact. For example, “In the bleachers I was brilliant with my body, waving players in and stomping my feet,” “His crouch the one I assumed before… View Article

Baseball and the Changes made in 1968

Baseball is America’s most favorite past time. It is America’s national sports. Among the non-contact sports being played today, it is the most popular and widely played around the globe. Since contacts are less baseball players get to play more games and eventually seasons compare to their baseball and basketball counterparts. Baseball owns style and… View Article

Thoughts on Playing With the Enemy by Gary W. Moore

Playing With the Enemy: A Baseball Prodigy, a World at War, and a Field of Broken Dreams, by Gary W. Moore, is the tale of the writer’s father. As a very young man, he was given the opportunity to play baseball in the minor leagues, but his plans were interrupted by the onset of World… View Article

“Thank You M’am” by Langston Hughes

“Thank You M’am” by Langston Hughes is a story of a middle-aged woman, Mrs. Jones, meets with a boy, Roger, who attempts to steal money from her. Anyway before she got robbed, she catches the boy and chooses to give him a lesson of his life. Mrs. Jones is presented as a thoughtful, trustful and… View Article

Boston Red Sox Management Report

The Boston Red Sox are a privately owned organization located in the Kenmore Square part of the city. The team plays at Fenway Park, located at 4 Yawkey Way in Boston. The Red Sox Front Offices are also located at Fenway Park. The park is currently celebrating its one-hundredth year, and is the oldest park… View Article

ADA Sports Management

The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) has changed the way wherein open organizations offer recreational activities. My paper will assess the privileges of the disabled individual who might want to take an interest in recreational sport under their rights given by the ADA. My paper will likewise talk about past models and court evaluations that… View Article

Segregation in Sports

Back in 1947 racism was apparent through our country’s various laws oppressing different minority groups. Jackie Robinson witnessed this oppression during his amazing battle with segregation while being the first African American to play professional baseball. He was called derogatory names, fans threw things at him, and he had to deal with a world against… View Article

Should We Pay College Athletes

Should we pay college athletes? That is a big topic in NCAA sports right now. People think that college athletes work hard and that they deserve to get paid. Michael Wilbon is one of these people. At first he was against paying college athletes, but now he is all for it. He says that he… View Article

Steroids in the World of Sports

During the 1930s, scientists discovered that anabolic steroids could help the growth of muscle in laboratory animals, which led to abuse of these drugs by bodybuilders and weightlifters and then by athletes in other sports. Ever since the beginning of sports there has been different techniques used in order to gain an edge over opponents…. View Article

A Summary on Softball

* Been a big part of my life since I was a little girl. I started out playing t-ball. * I have always loved it. * It is something I do for myself. I have played for 13 years. * Softball didn’t get its name until 1926. Before that it was referred to as ladies’… View Article

How Stan Musial Has Made Me Become a Better Person

When you think of the All-Time greatest Major League baseball players who do you think of? I’m sure Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, and Lou Gehrig come to mind. All of these players are considered to be the greatest to ever play the game but there is one legend that a lot of people over look… View Article

Satchel Paige

Leroy “Satchel” Paige acquired his name because he carried suitcases and satchels for passengers at the Union Station in Mobile, Alabama. Satchel was a famous African American forced to play in his own league, separate from whites. Satchel received his reputation because he was a natural born athlete. He live up to his reputation because… View Article

The Sports Business as a Labor Market Laboratory

1) The article “The Sports Business as a Labor Market Laboratory,” by Lawrence M. Kahn focuses on data on the rise and fall of rival sports leagues and the granting of free agency rights in professional sports and other things. I read pages seventy-five to eighty-three of the article. Overall, sports owners are a small… View Article