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  • The Anatomy of Competition in Sportsby Christopher B. Doob

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2015; US$ 37.99

    This book examines different professional sports leagues in the United States and the role of competition within that league?in the history of the league, for children learning and competing in the sport, for individuals competing to join a pro league, and the pros themselves meeting the various challenges of their career. more...

  • Where They Ain'tby Burt Solomon

    Free Press 1999; US$ 25.00

    Greedy owners, spoiled players, disillusioned fans -- all hallmarks of baseball in the 'nineties. Only in this case, it's the 1890s. We may think that business interests dominate the sport today, but baseball's early years were an even harsher and less sentimental age, when teams were wrenched from their cities, owners colluded and the ballplayers... more...

  • Feeding the Green Monsterby Rob Neyer

    Grand Central Publishing 2001; US$ 9.99

    Feeding the Green Monster is an invaluable and unique addition to baseball writing from one of its best informed columnists. In the spring of 2000, baseball fanatic and ESPN.com columnist Rob Neyer set out to live every baseball fan's dream. He would spend the next six months attending every one of the Boston Red Sox's home games. His journal of the... more...

  • Faithfulby Stewart O'Nan; Stephen King

    Scribner 2004; US$ 12.00

    A fan's notes for the ages, Faithful grew from an email exchange last summer. Filled with the heady mix of exhilaration and frustration familiar to all Boston Red Sox fans, Stewart O'Nan fired off a note to fellow Sox fan, Stephen King, who responded with his thoughts on Pedro, Nomar, Manny, Mueller, and Theo. From the supposed Curse of the Bambino... more...

  • Why Is The Foul Pole Fair?by Vince Staten

    Simon & Schuster 2004; US$ 19.99

    Chicken soup for the baseball lover's soul -- the inimitable Vince Staten takes you out to the ol' ballgame and answers all the baseball questions your dad hoped you wouldn't ask. more...

  • Clearing the Basesby Mike Schmidt

    HarperCollins US 2006; US$ 10.99

    An evaluation of the state of professional baseball takes a look at the game's decline from national pastime to national punch line, calling on players, fans, and owners to make things right with what has gone wrong with the game. more...

  • Wrigleyworldby Kevin Kaduk

    Penguin Publishing Group 2006; US$ 13.95

    More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA. more...

  • Baseballby Harold Seymour

    Oxford University Press 1992; US$ 20.99

    Hailed by Sports Illustrated as the "Edward Gibbon of baseball history," Harold Seymour is the first professional historian to produce an authoritative, multivolume chronicle of America's national pastime. The first two volumes of this study--The Early Years and The Golden Age--won universal acclaim. The New York Times wrote that they "will grip... more...

  • The Dodgers Move Westby Neil Sullivan

    Oxford University Press 2006; US$ 19.00

    Stressing the vital role of city politicians on both coasts, this book provides insights into the Brooklyn Dodgers' move to Los Angeles in 1958 and reveals the relationship between sports franchises and public funding. more...

  • Scoring from Secondby Philip F. Deaver

    University of Nebraska Press 2007; US$ 21.95

    Why do accomplished writers (and grown-ups) like Ron Carlson, Rick Bass, and Michael Chabon (to name but a few of those represented here) still obsess over their baseball days? What is it about this green game of suspense that not only moves us but can also move us to flights of lyrical writing? In Scoring from Second: Writers on Baseball some of the... more...