By Ron Darling (796.357 Darl, CD 796.357 Darl)
Darling shares 108 baseball anecdotes that connect America's game to the men who played it.
By Art Shamsky (796.357 Sham)
This book brings together members of the 1969 Miracle Mets, including the author, and Mets' star player Tom Seaver, as they reminisce about what made that team great.
By Lincoln Abraham Mitchell (796.357 Mitc)
Mitchell discusses the effects of two baseball teams, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Giants, moving to the West Coast in the 1950s
By Jane Leavy (B Ruth, QB Ruth, CD B Ruth)
Portrays Babe Ruth and his partnership with business manager Christy Walsh. Traces how their strategies, achievements, and notoriety established a blueprint for modern athletic stardom.
By Rock Positano (B DiMa)
Go behind the scenes and read little-known stories of the great Yankees Hall of Famer from the man who knew him best in the last ten years of his life.
By Ron Guidry (B Guid)
Hall of Fame New York Yankees pitcher Ron Guidry recounts his years playing for the world champion New York Yankees during their heyday in the Bronx Zoo years, with Billy Martin, George Steinbrenner, and an all-star cast that included everyone from Reggie Jackson and Thurman Munson to Sparky Lyle and Catfish Hunter.
By Bob Klapisch (796.35764 Klap)
Even the most ardent, die-hard Yankees fans have no idea of what really goes on behind closed doors in the inner sanctum of the Bronx Bombers. Klapisch reveals the internal power politics that Yankees front-office executives confront on an everyday basis.
By Tyler Kepner (796.35722 Kepn, Q 796.35722 Kepn)
Kepner tells the history of the national pastime through the craft of pitching, based on years of archival research and interviews with more than three hundred people from Hall of Famers to the stars of today.
By Kevin Cook (796.357 Cook)
This is the dramatic story of a legendary 1979 slugfest between the Chicago Cubs and the Philadelphia Phillies, full of runs, hits, and subplots, at the tipping point of a new era in baseball history.
By Jason Turbow (796.35764 Turb)
Tells the rollicking yarn of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ crazy 1981 season.