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When the Red Sox Ruled: Baseball's First Dynasty, 1912-1918

by Thomas J. Whalen Ivan R. Dee (April 16, 2011)

In the years before the Curse of the Bambino descended on New England, the Boston Red Sox rode major league baseball like a colossus, capturing four World Series titles in seven seasons. Blessed with legendary...


A Game of Inches: The Stories Behind the Innovations That Shaped Baseball: The Game on the Field

by Peter Morris Ivan R. Dee (March 23, 2006)

A fascinating and charming encyclopedic collection of baseball firsts, describing how the innovations in the game-in rules, equipment, styles of play, strategies, etc.- occurred and developed from its origins...


The End of Baseball: A Novel

by Peter Schilling Ivan R. Dee (March 07, 2008)

In Peter Schilling's wonderful novel, the extraordinary baseball season of 1944 comes vividly to life. Bill Veeck, the maverick promoter, returned from Guadalcanal with a leg missing and $500 to his name, has...


Hank Greenberg: The Story of My Life

by Hank Greenberg & Ira Berkow Ivan R. Dee (December 16, 2009)

Once in a great while there appears a baseball player who transcends the game and earns universal admiration from his fellow players, from fans, and from the American people. Such a man was Hank Greenberg, whose...


Catcher: The Evolution of an American Folk Hero

by Peter Morris Ivan R. Dee (April 16, 2009)

Today the baseball catcher is a familiar but uninspiring figure. Decked out in the so-called tools of ignorance, he stolidly goes about his duty without attracting much attention. But it wasn't always that way,...