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The Funniest Baseball Book Ever: The National Pastime's Greatest Quips, Quotations, Characters, Nicknames, and Pranks

by Peter Handrinos

That old baseball saying is right: It is a funny game. No other sport can compare to the national pastime's vast catalog of silly quips and quotations, unforgettable characters, memorable nicknames, and inventive...


Bases Loaded: The Inside Story of the Steroid Era in Baseball by the Central Figure in the Mit

by Kirk Radomski

Part campaign memoir, part manifesto-from the new rising star of the Republican Party Mike Huckabee's run for the Republican presidential nomination was truly amazing. But beyond the headlines, few understand...


Perfect: Don Larsen's Miraculous World Series Game and the Men Who Made it Happen

by Lew Paper

"If you want to live inside the most famous statistical afternoon in baseball history, Perfect is...well, let's just say 'ideal'."

-Chuck Closterman, Esquire

On October 8, 1956, New York Yankees pitcher Don...


The Spirit of St. Louis

by Peter Golenbock

No metropolis in America has more pure baseball spirit than St. Louis, Missouri. It's a love affair that began in 1874, when a band of local boosters raised $20,000 to start a professional ball club, and the...


Errors and Fouls: Inside Baseball's Ninety-Nie Most Popular Myths

by Peter Handrinos

Handrinos examines the underlying issues that affect all fans: modern game tactics, playoff formats, and baseball economies. The author's contrarian analysis and witty writing makes Errors and Fouls essential...


Fifty-nine in '84

by Edward Achorn

In 1884, Providence Grays pitcher Charles "Old Hoss" Radbourn won an astounding fifty-nine games—more than anyone in major-league history ever had before, or has since. He then went on to win all three games...


Baseball Americana: Treasures from the Library of Congress

by Phil Michel, Harry Katz & Frank Ceresi

A lavishly illustrated history of America's game, from the unparalleled collections of the Library of Congress

Baseball, the sport that helped reunify the country in the years after the Civil War, remains the...


Winners: How Good Baseball Teams Become Great Ones (and It's Not the Way You Think)

by Dayn Perry

"We're all winners, as Dayn Perry serves as our trusted guide on this idiosyncratic but profoundly informative walking tour of the great teams and players of the last few decades."

-Rob Neyer, ESPN.com

"Dayn Perry's...


The Machine

by Joe Posnanski

There are memorable teams in baseball—and then there are utterly unforgettable teams like the 1975 Cincinnati Reds. From 1972 to 1976, the franchise known as the Big Red Machine dominated the National League,...


Class A: Baseball in the Middle of Everywhere

by Lucas Mann

An unforgettable chronicle of a year of minor-league baseball in a small Iowa town that follows not only the travails of the players of the Clinton LumberKings but also the lives of their dedicated fans and...


Hank Aaron and the Home Run That Changed America: Hank Aaron and the Pursuit of a Dream

by Tom Stanton

Baseball has witnessed more than 125,000 home runs. Many have altered the outcome of games, and some have decided pennants and become legend. But no dinger has had greater impact than Hank Aaron's 715th home...


Love Me, Hate Me: Barry Bonds and the making of an Antiher

by Jeff Pearlman

No player in the history of baseball has left such an indelible mark on the game as San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds. In his twenty-year career, Bonds has amassed an unprecedented seven MVP awards,...


Historical Dictionary of Baseball

by Lyle Spatz

The Historical Dictionary of Baseball contains a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 900 cross-referenced entries on the roles of the...


For the Love of the Red Sox: An A-To-Z Primer for Red Sox Fans of All Ages

by Frederick C. Klein, Mark Anderson & Johnny Pesky

Expressing the passion felt for the Red Sox using all 26 letters of the alphabet accompanied by rhymes, colorful illustrations, and informative text, this tribute to the Boston team explores the sports obsession...


For the Love of the Cardinals: An A-Z Primer for Cardinal Fans of All Ages

by Frederick C. Klein, Mark Anderson & Ozzie Smith

Expressing the passion felt for the Cardinals using all 26 letters of the alphabet accompanied by rhymes, colorful illustrations, and informative text, this tribute to the St. Louis baseball team explores the...


For the Love of the Tigers: An A-To-Z Primer for Tigers Fans of All Ages

by Frederick C. Klein, Mark Anderson & Sparky Anderson

Expressing the passion felt for the Tigers using all 26 letters of the alphabet accompanied by rhymes, colorful illustrations, and informative text, this tribute to the Detroit team explores the sports obsession...


For the Love of the Mets: An A-To-Z Primer for Mets Fans of All Ages

by Frederick C. Klein, Mark Anderson & Rusty Staub

Expressing the passion felt for the Mets using all 26 letters of the alphabet accompanied by rhymes, colorful illustrations, and informative text, this tribute to the New York team explores the sports obsession...


For the Love of the Cubs: An A-to-Z Primer for Cubs Fans of All Ages

by Frederick C. Klein, Mark Anderson & Pat Hughes

Expressing the passion felt for the Cubs using all 26 letters of the alphabet accompanied by rhymes, colorful illustrations, and informative text, this tribute to the Chicago team explores the sports obsession...


The Bad Guys Won

by Jeff Pearlman

Once upon a time, twenty-four grown men would play baseball together, eat together, carouse together, and brawl together. Alas, those hard-partying warriors have been replaced by GameBoy-obsessed, laptop-carrying,...


The Glory of Their Times

by Lawrence S. Ritter

Baseball was different in earlier days—tougher, rawer, more intimate—when giants like Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb ran the bases. In the monumental classic The Glory of Their Times, the golden era of our national...