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Tom Stanton

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).  

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The award-winner author will be at Ye Olde Courthouse in Omer, Mich. on June 2. Stanton has published such titles as The Final Season (about the last year of Tiger Stadium), The Road to Cooperstown, which¬† touches on his relationship with his father, and their journey and visit to the hall of fame, and the […]

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Tom Stanton, author of The Final Season: Fathers, Sons and One Last Season in a Classic American. Ballpark, will be the guest speaker at the Pinckney Community Public Library, 350 Mower Road, in Northville, MI (Phone: 734-878-3888.) on Thursday, March 26. Stanton, is the author of four baseball books, winner of 2008 Michigan Author Award, […]

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To Tom Stanton, author of Ty and The Babe, The Final Season and The Road to Cooperstown, for winning the 2008 Michigan Author Award from the Michigan Center for the Book. The Award will be presented at the Michigan Library Association “Shaping Our Tomorrow” conference at a luncheon on Friday, Oct. 24.at the Radisson Plaza […]

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Tom Stanton, author of several Tigers-centric titles, contributed this piece to the New York Daily News about why baseball is losing its young, middle-class fan base. Upshot: For most of my life, on a trip to the ballpark on any given day, you might find yourself sitting between a corporate executive and a line worker, […]

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