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    Moneyball by Michael Lewis

    Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game is a book by Michael M. Lewis, published in 2003, about the Oakland Athletics baseball team and its general manager Billy Beane. Its focus is the team's modernized, analytical, sabermetric approach to assembling a competitive baseball team, despite Oakland's disadvantaged revenue situation.


    The Glory Of Their Times by Lawrence S Ritter

    The Glory of Their Times: The Story Of The Early Days Of Baseball Told By The Men Who Played It is a book, edited by Lawrence Ritter, telling the stories of early 20th century baseball. It is widely acclaimed as one of the great books written about baseball.


    Summer Of '49 by David Halberstam

    Chronicles the 1949 pennant race between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, profiling the players, owners, and fans as major league baseball was poised on the brink of major changes.


    Ball Four by Jim Bouton

    Ball Four is a book written by former Major League Baseball pitcher Jim Bouton in 1970. The book talks about Bouton's career with the New York Yankees, the Houston Astros, and primarily his season with the Seattle Pilots (the club's only year in existence). Despite its controversy at the time, with baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn's attempts to discredit it and charging it detrimental to the sport, it is considered to be one of the most important sports books ever written.


    The Catcher Was a Spy by Nicholas Dawidoff

    Nicholas Dawidoff is the author of The Catcher was a Spy: The Mysterious Life of Moe Berg and In the Country of Country: A Journey to the Roots of American Music , and is the editor of the Library of America’s Baseball: A Literary Anthology . He is also a contributor to The New Yorker, The American Scholar, and The New York Times Magazine . A graduate of Harvard University, he has been a Guggenheim Fellow and a Berlin Prize Fellow of the American Academy. He and his wife live in New York.


    Faithful by Stephen; O'nan, Stewart King

    Early in 2004, two writers and Red Sox fans, Stewart O'Nan and Stephen King, decided to chronicle the upcoming season, one of the most hotly anticipated in baseball history. They would sit together at Fenway. They would exchange emails. They would write about the games. And, as it happened, they would witness the greatest comeback ever in sports, and the first Red Sox championship in eighty-six years. What began as a Sox-filled summer like any other is now a fan's notes for the ages.


    The Teammates by David Halberstam

    Halberstam frequently interviewed Ted Williams, Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, and Johnny Peske. In this book, Halberstam offers a rare glimpse into the special lives and friendships of these men. But it focuses on the more than 50-year friendship among them and serves as a testament to loyalty and the bonds of friendship. Complete with stories of their glory days with the Boston Red Sox, their lifelong friendship, and the reaction of the remaining three to the death of Ted Williams, THE TEAMMATES is a must-buy for anyone who wants to know more about these legends but more importantly, for those who want a close look at the type of friendship that comes only through sharing trials and triumphs over many years.


    Sandy Koufax by Jane Leavy

    Nobody ever threw a baseball better than Sandy Koufax. He dominated the game -- and the ball, making it rise, break, sing. Then, after his best season, in 1966, he was gone, retired at age thirty, leaving behind a reputation as the game's greatest lefty and most misunderstood man. The Brooklyn boy whom the Dodgers signed as "the Great Jewish Hope" will forever be known for his refusal to pitch the opening game of the 1965 World Series because it fell on Yom Kippur. Forty years later, Koufax stands apart and alone, a legend who declines his own celebrity. In Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy, Jane Leavy dispels the mystery to discover a man more than worthy of the myth.


    The Power and The Darkness by Mark Ribowsky



    Spartan Seasons by Richard Goldstein



    The Yogi Book by Yogi Berra



    Baseball Is a Funny Game by Joe Garagiola



    Men At Work by George F Will



    Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract by Bill James



    The Roaring Redhead by Don Warfield



    Bums by Peter Golenbock



    Comeback by Dave; Stafford, Tim Dravecky



    Willies Time by Charles Einstein



    My Nine Innings by Lee MacPhail



    Prophet Of the Sandlots by Mark Winegardner



    The Bobby Richardson Story by Bobby Richardson



    Moe Berg by Louis Kaufman



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