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The SABR Bookshelf: Summer 2013

Periodically throughout the year, SABR.org publishes listings of new books that are received at the SABR office. This feature is called The SABR Bookshelf, continuing a popular section from the old SABR Bulletin.

Here are The SABR Bookshelf listings for Summer 2013:

http://sabr.org/content/sabr-bookshelf-summer-2013

To get your NEW book listed on The SABR Bookshelf, make sure a review copy is sent to: The SABR Bookshelf, Society for American Baseball Research, 4455 E. Camelback Rd., Ste. D-140, Phoenix, AZ 85018.

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Bolded names indicates that the author(s) is a SABR member. Click here for a list of publishers found in the SABR Bookshelf, along with their contact information.

All new SABR Bookshelf listings can be purchased at the SABR Bookstore, powered by Amazon.com. In addition, check out new books published by SABR at SABR.org/ebooks (free for SABR members!)

 

Summer 2013

Click the link above for more detailed information on each of these books:

  • Nikkei Baseball: Japanese American Players from Immigration and Internment to the Major Leagues, by Samuel O. Regalado 
  • The Little Book of Yankees Evil, by Brook Zelcer 
  • Arriba Baseball!: A Collection of Latino/a Baseball Fiction, edited by Robert Paul Moreira 
  • Tough Guy, Gentle Heart, by Felix Millan with Jane Allen Quevedo 
  • The 1957 San Francisco Seals: End of an Era in the Pacific Coast League, by P.J. Dragseth 
  • The Shutout in Major League Baseball: A History, by Warren N. Wilbert 
  • Napoleon Lajoie: King of Ballplayers, by David L. Fleitz 
  • We Were the All-American Girls: Interviews with Players of the AAGPBL, 1943-1954, by Jim Sargent 
  • Baseball and the Bottom Line in World War II: Gunning for Profits on the Home Front, by Jeff Obermeyer 
  • When Baseball Isn't White, Straight and Male: The Media and Difference in the National Pastime, by Lisa Doris Alexander 
  • Memories of Winter Ball: Interviews with Players in the Latin American Winter Leagues of the 1950s, by Lou Hernandez
  • Spring Training Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to the Grapefruit and Cactus League Ballparks, Second Edition, by Josh Pahigian
  • Baseball's Creation Myth: Adam Ford, Abner Graves and the Cooperstown Story, by Brian Martin 
  • Pennant Hopes Dashed by the Homer in the Gloamin': The Story of How the 1938 Pittsburgh Pirates Blew the National League Pennant, by Ronald T. Waldo 
  • Eyes on the Sporting Scene 1870-1930: Will and June Ranking, New York's Sportswriting Brothers, by Pamela A. Bakker 
  • Burleigh Grimes: Baseball's Last Legal Spitballer, by Joe Niese 
  • Base Ball Founders: The Clubs, Players and Cities of the Northeast that Established the Game, edited by Peter Morris, William J. Ryczek, Jan Finkel, Leonard Levin and Richard Malatzky 
  • Willie Stargell: A Life in Baseball, by Frank Garland 
  • Ballplayers in the Great War: Newspaper Accounts of Major Leaguers in World War I Military Service, compiled and edited by Jim Leeke
  • Baseball's New Frontier: A History of Expansion, 1961-1998, by Fran Zimniuch
  • The Forgotten Marlins: A Tribute to the 1956-1960 Original Miami Marlins, by Sam Zygner
  • Pitching for the Stars: My Seasons Across the Color Line, by Jerry Craft and Kathleen Sullivan
  • America's Obsessives: The Compulsive Energy That Built a Nation, by Joshua Kendall
  • You Can't Beat the Hours: Umpires in the Deadball Era from 1901-1909, by David W. Anderson
  • Research Notes for Women at Play, Volume 2, by Barbara Gregorich
  • The 50 Greatest Players in New York Yankees History, by Robert W. Cohen
  • Conversations with Coach Wooden: On Baseball, Heroes, and Life, by Gary Adams
  • Put It In the Book! A Half-Century of Mets Mania, by Howie Rose with Phil Pepe
  • 100 Things Angels Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die, by Joe Haakenson
  • Pops: The Willie Stargell Story, by Richard "Pete" Peterson
  • "Then Bowa Said to Schmidt. . .": The Greatest Phillies Stories Ever Told, by Robert Gordon
  • The Mouth That Roared: My Six Outspoken Decades in Baseball, by Dallas Green
  • Speak English! The Rise of Latinos in Baseball, by Rafael Hermoso
  • Cleveland Indians Legends, by Russell J. Schneider
  • Diamond Madness: Classic Episodes of Rowdyism, Racism and Violence in Major League Baseball, by William A. Cook
  • Inventing Baseball: The 100 Greatest Games of the 19th Century, edited by Bill Felber
  • The Year of the Blue Snow: The 1964 Philadelphia Phillies, edited by Mel Marmer and Bill Nowlin
  • So Many Seasons in the Sun: A Century and More of Conversation with Baseball's Greatest Clubhouse Managers, by Larry Hogan
  • Bud Fowler: Baseball's First Black Professional, by Jeffrey Michael Laing
  • Relentless Pursuit: Pete Rose's Self-Serving Quest for the All-Time Hits Record – 1983-1986, by Kerry Keene

 

To see previous listings in the SABR Bookshelf, click here.

This page was last updated August 30, 2013 at 4:28 pm MST.

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