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Baseball

  • .721by Gary Webster

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2013; US$ 29.95

    The book is the day by day story of the 1954 Indians, whose .721 winning percentage is still the highest in American League history. It tells how down the city of Cleveland was on the team following three straight second place finishes, how little was expected of it by its fans, and even some of its players, and how it exceeded all expectations by... more...

  • '78by Bill Reynolds

    Penguin Publishing Group 2009; US$ 15.00

    Now in paperback: the inside story behind a crucial chapter in Red Sox lore-and a turbulent time in a troubled city. George Steinbrenner called it the greatest game in the history of American sports. On a bright October day in 1978, the Boston Red Sox met the New York Yankees for an epic playoff game that would send one team to the World Series-and... more...

  • "Ee-Yah"by Jack Smiles

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2005; US$ 32.00

    Baseball player and manager Hugh Ambrose Jennings was the kind of colorful personality who inspired nicknames. Sportswriters called him "Ee-yah" for his famous coaching box cry and "Hustling Hughey" for his style of play. But to the nearly 100 other men from northeast Pennsylvania who followed Jennings from the coal mines to the... more...

  • "Had 'Em All the Way"by Thad Mumau

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2015; US$ 29.95

    The 1960 Pittsburgh Pirates were a special team--team being the operative word. There were no superstars, although Roberto Clemente would become one, and nobody had a record season. The Battling Bucs frequently came from behind to win late in the game, with Pirates broadcaster Bob Prince signing off, "We had 'em all the way." Pittsburgh... more...

  • "Swish" Nicholsonby Robert A. Greenberg

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2007; US$ 29.95

    This is the first biography of Bill "Swish" Nicholson, a Cubs favorite and baseball's top slugger during the World War II era. Only days out of college in 1936, Nicholson went straight to the majors, putting in a brief appearance for Connie Mack's Philadelphia A's before he was optioned to the minors. His contract eventually purchased... more...

  • "Tearin' Up the Pea Patch"by Andrew Paul Mele

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2015; US$ 29.95

    Arguably the greatest ball club in National League history, the 1953 Brooklyn Dodgers recorded some staggering statistics. They led the league in virtually every offensive category while fielding some of the finest defensive players of the era. But the team's extraordinary success on the field is only part of their story. Jackie Robinson was in... more...

  • "The Father of Baseball"by Andrew J. Schiff

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2008; US$ 29.95

    Henry Chadwick remains one of the titans of baseball history. As a pioneering baseball journalist and author, an innovator of scorekeeping practices and statistics, and chairman of the first rules committee, Chadwick left an indelible mark on the history of the game. This deeply researched biography is the first book-length work on the Hall of Famer,... more...

  • "The Greatest Game Ever Played in Dixie"by John A. Simpson

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2007; US$ 29.95

    In 1908 baseball was the only game that mattered in the South. With no major league team in the region, rivalries between Southern Association cities such as Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis, and New Orleans were heated. This season, however, no city was as baseball-crazed as Nashville, whose Vols had been league doormat in 1907. After an unpromising start,... more...

  • "Then Bowa Said to Schmidt. . ."by Robert Gordon

    Triumph Books 2013; US$ 11.99

    The ultimate reference book for any “Phillie phanatic,? this book provides a behind-the-scenes peek into the private world of the players, managers, broadcasters, and executives, taking readers into the clubhouse and onto the field. Author Robert Gordon takes fans inside the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies? run to the World Series, when first baseman John... more...

  • "Then Ozzie Said to Harold. . ."by Lew Freedman; Billy Pierce

    Triumph Books 2008; US$ 11.99

    Written for every sports fan who follows the Chicago White Sox, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers?all while eavesdropping on their personal conversations. From the locker room to the field, the book includes stories about Carlton Fisk, Bo Jackson, Shoeless Joe Jackson, Billy... more...