Thank you for your interest in Doug's work. In this section, you will be able to read the content that has made Doug a dependable voice on sport and culture.
Doug regularly contributes to three columns that you may read here on Doug's site. Doug is an Opinion columnist for The New York Times whose series of columns covers the game, its controversies and what it has taught him about every day life. Doug is also a columnist for Time Ideas where he provides insight and opinions about the world of sports and its impact on life. He is an MLB analyst on the many platforms of ESPN and his commentary appears regularly on ESPN.com.
In addition to these regular columns, Doug writes for a variety of other outlets which may be found in the articles.
Doug provides commentary on sports and the athletes that play them, analysis on games and the plays that make them, as well current events in the world of sports. This work is in the interviews area.
In the archives you will also find news and stories about Doug in the media.
Doug shares information on a Connecticut law that prohibits an officer from crossing town lines to enforce municipal ordinances. The law stems from an experience Doug had while shoveling his driveway in February of 2014.
The photo gallery is the place to see what Doug has been doing in the world of baseball, sports in general and in the community. Check out photos from Doug's entire career, including many from the baseball field.