All posts by Andrew Kahn

MLB Column: The Future Potential of Judge, Bellinger

Rookies Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger are grabbing headlines for their home run totals. Are they destined for greatness or just flashes in the pan? To find out, I reviewed the careers of former young sluggers.

CBS Local: Aaron Judge, Cody Bellinger, and Young Sluggers

Carol Hutchins: Title IX Fighter

On the 45th anniversary of Title IX, it is important to remember the women’s sports trailblazers. Michigan’s Carol Hutchins was a great athlete and has become college softball’s all-time winningest coach. But her more important contributors have come in fighting for opportunities for female athletes. In a story for espnW, I look back at Hutch’s Title IX history.

espnW: Carol Hutchins’ Title IX fight

MLB Column: The Cubs Struggles

The defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs are under .500. In order to become the first back-to-back winner since 2000, the Cubs’ young position players will have to meet high expectations. Could it be they aren’t as good as initially thought?

CBS Local: Can the Cubs Repeat?

Women in Sports: Susan Lulgjuraj

As part of espnW’s “Women with Cool Sports Jobs” series, I profiled Susan Lulgjuraj, the marketing communications manager for The Topps Company. You may remember Susan’s cameo in my story about baseball card collecting. In this article, she goes more in-depth about her job. If you know any women with a “cool” job related to sports in some way, let me know.

espnW: Susan Lulgjuraj’s Cool Sports Job

Snakes, Scorpions, Sex, and Softball

Tommy Ramos is the softball coach at Midland, a junior college in Texas. Fed up with his team’s poor facilities and the administration’s unwillingness to make improvements, he filed a Title IX lawsuit against the school.

Excelle Sports: Midland College Title IX Lawsuit

MLB Column: The Marketability of MLB Stars

They are more visible on the field than football players. They play an individual game within a team sport, unlike in basketball. And yet baseball players don’t seem to have the same off-field presence as athletes of equal talent in other major sports. Why?

CBS Local: The Search for an MLB Star

Scoop and Score: Top 20 College Football Players

We’re back! Steve and I recorded a surprise podcast in which we briefly talk about Bob Stoops’ retirement before revealing our separate lists of top 20 college football players since 2000. We do not share many players, and Steve is bothered by this fact.