Ray Caldwell was pitching in a baseball game in 1919 when he was struck by lightning, got up, brushed himself off, and finished the game.
The first Saturday in May marks the Kentucky Derby. In celebration, let’s look at the origin of the event and some unbelievable derby facts.
The Naki Sumo Festival is also known as the baby crying contest because in it, Sumo wrestlers compete to make babies cry.
The Louisville Slugger people didn’t always make bats, and the way they started making bats is rather fortuitous.
Ramona Dynasty Band and Color Guard created and played the largest game of Monopoly ever.
Seven extremely rare Ty Cobb baseball cards were found in a small Southern town.
Andreas Wahl’s stunts in the name of science have got a lot of people paying attention.
This week, in honor of the Ripley’s oddball exhibit at the Louisville Slugger Museum, we bring you Blind Baseball and the association behind it.
In honor of the Ripley’s Oddball exhibit at the Louisville Slugger Museum, we present a few weird Baseball facts from the Ripley’s archive!
The World Toe Wrestling Championships are knocking socks off left and right.