The new Major League Baseball season isn't even a week old, and already there's controversy brewing. Ozzie Guillen, the new manager of the Miami Marlins, is holding a news conference Tuesday to apologize for recent comments he made about Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
Hours of hitting little plastic balls as a kid taught him how to make things twist and turn in the air. And attention-deficit disorder appears to have helped him think of creative shots that others might not.
Over the last decade, the Baseball Hall of Fame has started to dig up the missing data of the Negro Leagues, recently releasing records of thousands of players to the thrill of scholars and fans alike. Host Rachel Martin talks stats with Rob Neyer, baseball editor at Baseball Nation.
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