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The New York Mets Encyclopedia: 3rd Edition

by Peter C. Bjarkman

The New York Mets Encyclopedia provides the full and exciting story of modern-era baseball’s most popular expansion-age franchise. From those lovable losers of 1962 and 1963, to the Miracle Mets of 1969 and...


Creating the National Pastime: Baseball Transforms Itself, 1903-1953

by G. Edward White

At a time when many baseball fans wish for the game to return to a purer past, G. Edward White shows how seemingly irrational business decisions, inspired in part by the self-interest of the owners but also...


Before Wrigley Became Wrigley: The Inside Story of the First Years of the Cubs' Home Field

by Sean Deveney

Chicago’s Wrigley Field opened in 1914 as Weeghman Park, the new North Side stadium erected for use by the Federal League’s Chicago team, which would eventually be called the Whales. It was built in just...


Tales from the Dodgers Dugout: A Collection of the Greatest Dodger Stories Ever Told

by Carl Erskine & Vin Scully

To baseball fans of today, the name “Dodgers” is synonymous with Hollywood, the warm California sun, and names like Tommy Lasorda, Kirk Gibson, Steve Garvey, and Orel Hershiser. The Dodgers mean much more...


Stan the Man: The Life and Times of Stan Musial

by Wayne Stewart

Broad in scope and deep in analysis, this biography of Stan Musial details not only the personality and the accomplishments of the man, but artfully examines his life against the backdrop of the Great Depression,...


Shane Victorino: The Flyin' Hawaiian

by Alan Maimon

Long before Shane Victorino gained fame as a Gold Glove outfielder, All-Star, and fan favorite at Fenway Park, he was a precocious child on the island of Maui, frustrating teachers with his inability to sit...


Baseball Road Trips: The Midwest and Great Lakes

by Timothy M. Mullin

The perfect travel guide for baseball fans who want to see more of the great ballparks in America’s heartland, this handy guide gives you the tips for best lodging, great restaurants, and local attractions...


Nolan Ryan: The Making of a Pitcher

by Rob Goldman & Reid Ryan

To any baseball fan, Nolan Ryan’s name still conjures up images of blistering 100-mile-per-hour fastballs and knee-buckling curveballs. During his 27-year career, “The Ryan Express” was named an eight-time...


Battle of the Bay: Bashing A'S, Thrilling Giants, and the Earthquake World Series

by Gary Peterson & Tony La Russa

1989 was a season of both triumph and tragedy for the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics, still marking baseball’s only cross-Bay series. But 1989 is remembered as much for the devastating earthquake...


Don't Let Us Win Tonight: An Oral History of the 2004 Boston Red Sox's Impossible Playoff Run

by Bill Nowlin, Allan Wood & Kevin Millar

Commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Boston Red Sox’ unprecedented championship run in the fall of 2004, this guide takes fans behind the scenes and inside the dugout, bullpen, and clubhouse to reveal...


Big Red: Baseball, Fatherhood, and My Life in the Big Red Machine

by Phil Pepe, Ken Griffey & George Foster

Reflecting on an outstanding 19-year major-league career, this autobiography chronicles baseball great Ken Griffey, beginning with his days just out of high school. The account relates Griffey’s decision to...


The Wire-to-Wire Reds: Sweet Lou, Nasty Boys, and the Wild Run to a World Championship

by John Erardi & Joel Luckhaupt

They were a one-year wonder, but what a year. The 1990 Cincinnati Reds stunned the baseball world by winning the National League pennant and then sweeping the heavily favored Oakland A’s in the World Series....


They Called Me God: The Best Umpire Who Ever Lived

by Doug Harvey & Peter Golenbock

In the pageantry of baseball, one select group is virtually unknown in the outside world, derided by fans, faced with split-second choices that spell victory or defeat. These men are up-close observers of the...


The Bilko Athletic Club: The Story of the 1956 Los Angeles Angels

by Gaylon H. White

The Bilko Athletic Club is the story of the 1956 Los Angeles Angels, a team of castoffs and kids built around a bulky, beer-loving basher of home runs named Steve Bilko. The Angels compiled a 107-61 won-loss...


The Boys of Summer

by Roger Kahn

This is a book about young men who learned to play baseball during the 1930s and 1940s, and then went on to play for one of the most exciting major-league ball clubs ever fielded, the team that broke the color...


When the Red Sox Ruled: Baseball's First Dynasty, 1912-1918

by Thomas Whalen

In the years before the Curse of the Bambino descended on New England, the Boston Red Sox rode major league baseball like a colossus, capturing four World Series titles in seven seasons. Blessed with legendary...


100 Things Pirates Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette & Steve Ziants

100 Things Pirates Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is a must-read for all true fans. With listings ranked in importance from one to 100, the book includes everything from Bill Mazeroski’s World Series–winning...


100 Things White Sox Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Bob Vanderberg

A list of essential knowledge and experiences all fans of the Chicago White Sox must know and do in their lifetime, this book covers the team’s long history all the way through the promising 2012 season. Most...


100 Things Royals Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Matt Fulks, Denny Matthews & Jeff Montgomery

The history of the Royals in Kansas City may not be a long one—the team first played in Kansas City in 1969—but it is a proud one. Embraced by a loyal fan base and boosted by small-market spunkiness, the...


Willie Wells

by Bob Luke & Monte Irvin

Willie Wells was arguably the best shortstop of his generation. As Monte Irvin, a teammate and fellow Hall of Fame player, writes in his foreword, "Wells really could do it all. He was one of the slickest fielding...