Tag Archive: Baseball

Siri will no longer be stumped by your baseball queries

Just in time for Apple’s new multi-year deal with Major League Baseball, Siri can now fill you in on whatever baseball questions you have — with newly-implemented knowledge covering 29 baseball leagues, as well as historical stats dating back to the start of baseball records. Siri has been offering sports scores since iOS 6 in 2012, […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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A baseball coach changed the game with a little police work to solve fastball mystery

Michigan State University baseball coach Danny Litwhiler was reading the campus newspaper one day in 1974 when he decided to call the cops on some of his pitchers. An article and photo of campus police showing off the department’s new radar gun to catch speeders caught Litwhiler’s eye and he wanted police to swing by […][Read More…]

Baseball, guitars, food and fishing: 8 Instagrams to follow right now

Regardless of what interests you have in your life, there is probably an Instagram feed for whatever your proclivities might be. Into rockabilly or baseball or even stamp collecting? You can undoubtedly find a couple of interesting photo feeds. Since…Read more ›

Cheap LED flashlight is light enough to clip onto a baseball cap

You know those cheapo gadgets you pick up at the dime store or from the racks by supermarket checkouts? That’s the kind of throwaway gadget you think you’ve got when you pick up the Clamplight MINI from Blackfire. Which is…Read more ›

Batter Up! Bench Clearing Reinvents Baseball As A Battle Royal [Video]

Think sport should be less about good sportsmanship and complex rules, and more about violence? Clearly developer HooAh agrees on some level, because its upcoming iOS game Bench Clearing re-imagines baseball (a.k.a. “America’s favorite pastime”) as a massive free-for-all battle.…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Apple co-Founder Steve Wozniak Now Has His Very Own Baseball Card


When I was a kid, baseball cards pretty much only featured athletes. I don’t even think the President of the United States could get a baseball card unless he also had a stint in the minor leagues before taking office.

Apparently, times have changed, and Upper Deck – the biggest baseball company in the world – now creates cards for famous people who had an impact on society. Like Steve  [Read More…]