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Baseball books

Because it's 11:30 and I'm up listening to this D-backs/Dodgers game, I thought I'd list the books I've read so far in my challenge to read 50 baseball books this year. I'm not on track for 50, but I could pick it up and still make it, I think.

  1. jon miller: confessions of a baseball purist
  2. alan schwarz: the numbers game
  3. michael seidel: streak
  4. eliot asinof: eight men out
  5. lawrence ritter: the glory of their times
  6. bette bao lord: in the year of the boar and jackie robinson
  7. robert mayer: notes of a baseball dreamer
  8. roger angell: five seasons
  9. nicholas dawidoff: the catcher was a spy
  10. david halberstam: summer of '49
  11. bill gilbert: they also served
  12. nick peters: tales from the giants dugout
  13. david halberstam: october 1964
  14. susan dellinger: red legs and black sox
  15. steve fiffer: how to watch baseball
  16. frank deford: the old ball game
  17. howard bryant: juicing the game
  18. louis masur: autumn glory
  19. jean hastings ardell: breaking into baseball
  20. buzz bissinger: three nights in august

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