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By Ron Kaplan

Propounding his “small ball concept” of activities literature, George Plimpton proposed that “the smaller the ball, the extra ambitious the literature.” in fact he had the really small baseball in brain, simply because its literature is formidable—vast and sundry, instructive, usually wildly unique, and infrequently extraordinary. From this bewildering array of baseball books, Ron Kaplan has selected 501 of the simplest, making it more uncomplicated for fanatics to discover simply the books to fit them (or to grasp what they’re missing).


From biography, background, fiction, and guide to books approximately ballparks, company, and ideas, a person who likes to examine baseball will locate during this e-book a companionable advisor, way more enjoyable than a reference paintings has any correct to be.

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Other categories: History, Statistics 23. Three Nights in August: Strategy, Heartbreak, and Joy Inside the Mind of a Manager, by Buzz Bissinger. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2005. In this volume, Bissinger offers an in-depth examination of the national pastime, and he expands on the familiar theme of focusing on a game and microanalyzing what goes through a manager’s mind. In this case, the author chose a three-game series between Dusty Baker’s Chicago Cubs and Tony La Russa’s Saint Louis Cardinals in 2003.

This unusual memoir tells the story of a young man who believes he has outgrown the game, putting aside childish things to make room for more serious, adult reflection. But through an almost maniacal obsession, he returns to the sport of his youth, when playing pickup games and collecting cards was all there was in the world. Senzel grew up in the 1950s and became part of the evolving student movement as young people became more aware of civil-rights injustices in the United States and Communist oppression in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.

Jay Hanna “Dizzy” Dean was pure American folk hero. Or was the name Jerome Herman? That’s just part of the legend of the largerthan-life pitcher who rose out of the poverty of his native Arkansas to become one of the most beloved figures not just in baseball, but in American popular culture. He was a source of pride for the average guy, a fly in the ointment of the swells who still managed to hang onto their property and enjoy the finer things in life while the rest were barely getting by. Autobiography, Biography, and Memoir 41 Dean played just six full seasons in the Majors before injury cut his career short, but he was dominant during that time for the “Gashouse Gang” Saint Louis Cardinals.

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