This is everything I have reviewed.
Keene's comprehensive book tells several stories behind the V-5 Pre-Flight School in Chapel Hill, North Carolina: home to one of the rarest, greatest baseball teams in American history.
There's good reason why The Glory of Their Times appears on every "best baseball book of all time" list you'll find anywhere.
Discover how amateur and pro baseball scouting is done, how departments are built, and how organizations find talent in Future Value.
Roam the hallways of baseball history and observe baseball's greatest characters and practitioners in Joe Posnanski's The Baseball 100.
The meandering baseball trivia you'll pick up from this volume will make you crack a smile. Plop this on the tank of your toilet for bathroom break reading.
Luke Epplin's Our Team expertly weaves the narratives of four key figures in the Cleveland Indians' 1948 World Series championship season.
Book Review: Cheated: The Inside Story of the Astros Scandal and a Colorful History of Sign Stealingby Fred Hofstetter on June 27, 2021
Martino's Cheated tells all from key figures in the Astros sign stealing scandal - but something tells me there's still story missing regarding the culture of sign stealing in baseball.
Get a brief and entertaining peek at the early days of baseball, and learn a bit about mid-19th century America while you do.
Just when you thought you couldn’t love Bartolo Colón any more. This charming autobiography cements the folk hero as a bona fide MLB legend.
Russell Carleton's The Shift is an entry-level introduction to the way a really, really smart bleeding-heart baseball fan thinks about the modern game.
Pick up The MVP Machine and brush up on what's happening in player development in MLB baseball. Prepare to hate or really like Trevor Bauer.
Tyler Kepner's K tells a story of pitching full of joy and enthusiasm for the game we love. This is essential reading for any baseball history buff.
Jacob Kornhauser tells the stories of 11 ballplayers and the unique journeys carving the path to their single MLB appearance.
A story of fantasy and humility. Baseball is a microcosm of the things that really matter to people and this book is a reminder.