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How does baseball arbitration work?
By: Andrew Jeromski
Anyone who follows Major League Baseball has probably heard a lot about salary arbitration. What many fans have not heard much about, however, are the rules of the arbitration process...
By: Michael Darowski
"The Fade-Away", by George Jansen is a book about baseball. Well, that's not really giving it a proper description. It's a book about the small town of Port Newton in...
Great baseball books
By: Michael Darowski
Nothing beats sitting down with a good baseball book - on a summertime beach or backyard hammock, or cuddled on the couch during the "dark times" (those rough months between...
By: Michael Darowski
"The Only Game in Town: Baseball Stars Of The 1930's And 1940's Talk About The Game They Loved" is a compilation of accounts from ten former major league ballplayers complied...
By: Michael Darowski
Rob Neyer, an analyst and writer for ESPN and ESPN.COM, recently released his latest book, "Rob Neyer's Big Book of Baseball Blunders: The Complete Guide to the Worst and...
By: Michael Darowski
"Feeding the Monster: How Money, Smarts, and Nerve Took a Team to the Top", by Seth Mnookin, is a book about the Boston Red Sox. That is certainly not anything...
By: Michael Darowski
In this review, we will take a look at the book Mind Game, How the Boston Red Sox Got Smart, Won a World Series, and Created a New Blueprint for...
By: Michael Darowski
"The Wrong Stuff" is a book written by former Red Sox and Expos left handed pitcher Bill Lee in 1984, about a year after his career as a major leaguer...
By: Michael Darowski
It's not often that a forty-year-old baseball book catches your attention, but just that happened to me recently. When having a conversation about "don't miss" baseball books with some fellow...
By: Michael Darowski
Every year, hundreds, if not thousands, of different books about baseball are published. I read a lot of books about baseball, ranging from history, to biographies and autobiographies, to statistical...

 

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