2014 Miami Marlins Top 10 Prospects with Scouting Reports
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2014 Miami Marlins Top 10 Prospects Chat With James Bailey
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Book Review: 501 Baseball Books Fans Must Read Before They Die
501 Baseball Books Fans Must Read Before They Die By Ron Kaplan University of Nebraska Press, 2013 List Price: $24.95 Baseball fans love to generate bucket lists of places they’ll [...]
Book Review: ‘High And Inside’ Is A Lush Picture Of Modern Sports and Montana
High and Inside: A Novel By Russell Rowland Bangtail Press, 2013 List Price: $16.95 There’s a tremendous difference between running away from your problems and escaping them. After relocating from [...]
Piazza’s Book Avoids Revelations, Remembers Slights
Long Shot By Mike Piazza, with Lonnie Wheeer Simon and Schuster $27.00 Mike Piazza’s place as baseball’s ultimate draft sleeper has taken on an almost mythic quality over the past 25 [...]
Baseball Book Reviews: ‘The Bird’ Recaptures Magic Of One Man, One Summer
The Bird: The Life and Legacy of Mark Fidrych By Doug Wilson Thomas Dunne, 2013 List Price: $25.99 Mark Fidrych tore through the American League like a comet, drawing fans [...]
2013 Miami Marlins Top 10 Prospects Chat With James Bailey
James Bailey answered questions about the Marlins.
2013 Miami Marlins Top 10 Prospects
Jose Fernandez leads the Marlins prospect list.
2013 Miami Marlins Top 10 Prospects With Scouting Reports
Trades have bulked up the Marlins farm system which is led by Jose Fernandez.
Book Review: Baseball State by State
Author Chris Jensen has compiled all-time all-star lineups for every state in the nation in his new book, "Baseball State by State." But the book is much more than a collection of lists. In fact, it's nearly 400 pages of history on the players and places each state is known for.
Book Review: One Patch of Grass
While many minor league cities can trace their history back to the 19th century, few can do it in one place. Andy Linker does just that in "One Patch of Grass," which details baseball's long run in Harrisburg, Pa.
Book Review: Summer of ’68
Tim Wendel, author of 2010's "High Heat," weaves the amazing accomplishments on the field in 1968 with the turmoil in the nation in an ambitious account of the unforgettable year in "Summer of '68: The Season that Changed Baseball, and America, Forever."
Book Review: ‘Bluegrass Baseball’
"Bluegrass Baseball" follows minor leaguers on the way up at and away from the field.
Book Review: ‘The Battle That Forged Modern Baseball’
Had the Federal League succeeded in its pursuit of Walter Johnson, Joe Jackson, and Rube Marquard, it might conceivably be preparing for a grand centennial celebration instead of having long ago been relegated to a footnote in baseball history. The renegade third "major" league threw money at virtually every significant player in 1914-15, even inking a number to contracts only to see them slip back into the clutches of their former clubs.
Yankees’ Betances Turns In Top Performance Of Season
Yankees Triple-A righthander Dellin Betances delivered a season-best eight innings and seven strikeouts in his May 9 start versus Columbus. Is he on the verge of getting back on track?