Humbly submitted for your interest, a doubleheader featuring They Called Me God by Doug Harvey with Peter Golenbock and Called Out but Safe by Al Clark with Dan Schlossberg; and another one on Stars and Strikes by Dan Epstein that were published by Bookreporter.com yesterday.
Had these for awhile and still working on the “documentary” about some of there many memorabilia shops in Cooperstown, where I attended the 25th Annual Symposium on Baseball & American Culture last month. (Click on the number to advance the slideshow; click on each photo to enlarge in a new window.) [SlideDeck id=’15803′ width=’100%’ height=’300px’]
The latest author Q&A for “501 Baseball Books” is now up on the site: Tom Stanton, author of The Final Season: Fathers, Sons, and One Last Season in a Classic American Ballpark and The Road to Cooperstown: A Father, Two Sons, and the Journey of a Lifetime (Thomas Dunne Books).
Earlier this month, The New York Times called out Matt McCarthy for supposed errors and misstatements in his new book Odd Man Out: A Year on the Mound with a Minor League Misfit. I must admit, I was convinced. After all, it is The New York Times we’re talking here. They wouldn’t make such an […]
This AP piece in the Nova Scotia Chronicle Herald reminds us that Torre is still coming out with a book next year.
This piece from the Christian Science Monitor continues the theme put forth by Rob Neyer’s Big Book of Baseball Legends. (So is this going to forever plague the reader when it comes to the autobio/memoir genre?)