Periodically throughout the year, SABR.org publishes The SABR Bookshelf, a listing of new books that are received at the SABR office.
To get your NEW book listed on The SABR Bookshelf, send an e-book file in PDF, EPUB or MOBI format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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.
In addition, check out new books published by SABR at SABR.org/ebooks.
Click on the link above for more detailed information on each of these books:
- From Shibe Park to Connie Mack Stadium: Great Games in Philadelphia’s Lost Ballpark, edited by Gregory H. Wolf
- ¡Arriba! The Heroic Life of Roberto Clemente, edited by Bill Nowlin and Glen Sparks
- We Are, We Can, We Will: The 1992 World Champion Toronto Blue Jays, edited by Adrian Fung and Bill Nowlin
- Our Game, Too: Influential Figures and Milestones in Canadian Baseball, edited by Andrew North
- The First Negro League Champion: The 1920 Chicago American Giants, edited by Frederick C. Bush and Bill Nowlin
- The 1883 Philadelphia Athletics: American Association Champions, edited by Paul Hofmann and Bill Nowlin
- Not an Easy Tale to Tell: Jackie Robinson on the Page, Stage, and Screen, edited by Ralph Carhart
- Metropolitan Stadium: Memorable Games at Minnesota’s Diamond on the Prairie, edited by Stew Thornley
- Playing Through the Pain: Ken Caminiti and the Steroids Confession That Changed Baseball Forever, by Dan Good
- The Dean of Clinton County: A Baseball Novel, by Doug Feldmann
- Once Upon a Time in Baseball: My Pastime Summers, by Jan Sumner
- Go The Distance: The Inspirational Story of Tom Tunison, Thurman Munson and a Lifelong Quest for Baseball Immortality, by Gary Kaschak
- Intentional Balk: Baseball’s Thin Line Between Innovation and Cheating, by Daniel R. Levitt and Mark Armour
- Weird Moments in Cleveland Sports: Bottlegate, Bedbugs, and Burying the Pennant, by Vince Guerrieri
- Beauty at Short: Dave Bancroft, the Most Unlikely Hall of Famer and His Wild Times in Baseball’s First Century, by Tom Alesia
- Bush League Blues, by G. Mike Floyd
- Last Time Out, by John Nogowski
- Major League Baseball Players of the 1970s: A Biographical Dictionary from Aase to Zisk, by Bill Ballew
- Canadian Minor League Baseball: A History Since World War II, by Jon C. Stott
- Pee Wee Reese: The Life of a Brooklyn Dodger, by Glen Sparks
- Frank Grant: The Life of a Black Baseball Pioneer, by Richard Bogovich
- Johnny Mize: A Biography of Baseball’s “Big Cat”, by Lew Freedman
- Farewell to Flatbush: The 1957 Brooklyn Dodgers, by Ronnie Joyner
- Dodgers! An Informal History from Flatbush to Chavez Ravine, by Jim Alexander
- The Lineup: Ten Books That Changed Baseball, by Paul Aron
- The Mustache Gang Battles the Big Red Machine: The 1972 World Series, by John G. Robertson and Carl T. Madden
- There’s a Bulldozer on Home Plate: A 50-Year Journey in Minor League Baseball, by Miles Wolff
- Saving Buffalo Baseball: 1956 Buffalo Bisons, by Howard W. Henry
- The Grandest Stage: A History of the World Series, by Tyler Kepner
- Long Way Home, by Dwayne Brenna
- Hardball Architects, Volume 2 (National League Teams), by Derek Bain
- The Gamekeepers: Whitewash, Blackmail, and Baseball’s Darkest Secrets, by J.B. Manheim
- Doubleday Doubletake: One Ball, Three Strikes, One Man Out, by J.B. Manheim
- “The Kid” Blasts a Winner: Ted Williams’ 110 Game-Winning Home Runs, by Bill Nowlin
- Covey: A Stone’s Throw from a Coal Mine to the Hall of Fame, by Harry J. Deitz Jr.
- Baseball Under the Palms: The History of Miami Minor League Baseball Volume Two: 1962 – 1991, by Sam Zygner
- Deadball Trailblazers: Single-Season Records of the Modern Era, by Ronald T. Waldo
- Just Like Me, Volume 2: When the Pros Played on the Sandlot, by Kelly G. Park
- Loserville: How Professional Sports Remade Atlanta — and How Atlanta Remade Professional Sports, by Clayton Trutor
- Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America, by Randall Balmer
- Baseball and Cultural Heritage, by Gregory Ramshaw and Sean Gammon
- Candy Cummings: The Life and Career of the Inventor of the Curveball, by Stephen Robert Katz
- Cooperstown at the Crossroads: The Checkered History (and Uncertain Future) of Baseball’s Hall of Fame, by G. Scott Thomas
To view previous listings in The SABR Bookshelf, click here.
Originally published: October 19, 2022. Last Updated: October 21, 2022.