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Pitcher RA Dickey: It's OK To Be Different In 'Knuckleball Ned'
Pitcher R.A. Dickey is a rare bird in major league baseball: a master of the knuckleball. Now he's also a children's author. NPR's Don Gonyea talks with him about his new book, Knuckleball Ned.
Die-Hards Fans Still Fill The Grids With Balls And Strikes
A look at the age-old ritual where baseball fans, wielding pencil and scorecard, annotate every play of a game from the stands. The dying practice still has some hard core practitioners.
Advertisers Come Out Of The Closet, Openly Courting Gay Consumers
Decades ago, commercials left homosexual relationships implied, in a sort of secret code. These days, gay-friendly advertisements don't feel the need to be covert.
No Reason To Quit: Driver John Force Still Racing Full Throttle
Force has been drag racing professionally since 1974. The 65-year-old has gone from blowing up his 10,000-horsepower engines to winning championships, and he has all the scars to prove it.
Ani Cordero Pays Tribute To The History Of Latin Protest Music
A founder of the Latin rock band Pistolera, Cordero uses her new solo album, Recordar, to shed light on a time in Latin American history when important voices were silenced.
Harley Hopes An Electric Hog Will Appeal To Young, Urban Riders
Harley-Davidson has rolled out a prototype of its first battery-powered motorcycle. It's sporty and speedy, but quieter than your average Harley — and you'll need to charge it about every 50 miles.
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