Over at the new web venture of excitement and wonder, The National Pastime Museum, Molly Lawless combines the thrill of baseball history with the bombastic action of sequential art! It’s the perfect combination.
In addition to Lawless’ coverage of baseball’s savior and tragic hero, Jim Creighton, she also has a gorgeous piece on Casey at the Bat and a great look at the 1908 matchup between Hall of Famers Addy Joss and Ed Walsh.
There’s also a bevy of other great articles from folks like Rob Neyer and Jacob Pomrenke to go along with plenty of historical goodies. It’s the perfect way to waste a Wednesday afternoon, so click through to check it all out.
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