My latest baseball feature for The Guardian has been published. It takes a deep look at the House of David, a twentieth century religious cult that became popular for its barnstorming baseball team. The players are famous for their flowing locks and extravagant beards, but this team also blazed a trail of innovation. From integrating semi-professional ball to playing under lights, the House of David left a fascinating legacy. Explore it in full by clicking here to read my piece. I think you’ll enjoy it.