August 2010
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep2010, Issue 205, p51
The article explores the metaphysics of baseball. It contends that baseball proves that there are divine capacities within the frames of human beings, as shown in the improbable things that pitchers, batters and fielders can do. It explains the dimensions of the game and their significance on precision. It also describes the mental and physical disciplines of the game.


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