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A Journal of Baseball History and Culture
Edited by Trey Strecker

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ISSN  1188-9330

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NINE studies all historical aspects of baseball, centering on the societal and cultural implications of the game wherever in the world it is played. This journal features articles, essays, book reviews, biographies, oral history, and short fiction pieces.

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Dick Allen Preferred Not To: A Reconsideration of Baseball's Bartleby
Mitchell Nathanson
Horace Stoneham and the Breaking of Baseball's Second Color Barrier
Robert F. Garratt
"Playing Meaningful Games in September": An Exploration into the Baltimore Orioles' Glory Years, 1960–1983
Lee Lowenfish
New York, New York: A Financial History of Two Baseball Teams
Michael Haupert
Ahab in the Batter's Box: Pete Rose, the Montreal Expos, and a 4,000th Hit Nobody Cared to Remember
Jason Winders
Triple Play
Personal Reviews, Op-ed Pieces, and Polemics from Outside the Purview of the Umpires
Thelma "Tiby" Eisen: An Oral History
Rebecca Alpert
Erskine Street
Robert A. Moss
Book Reviews
Baseball and the Bottom Line in World War II: Gunning for Profits on the Home Front
Roberta J. Newman
The Stars Are Back: The St. Louis Cardinals, the Boston Red Sox, and Player Unrest in 1946
Jim Overmyer
The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams
Douglas K. Lehman
Smoky Joe Wood: The Biography of a Baseball Legend
Ron Kates
The Best They Could Be: How the Cleveland Indians Became the Kings of Baseball, 1916–1920
William Harris Ressler
Black Sox in the Courtroom
William D. Blake
Burleigh Grimes: Baseball's Last Legal Spitballer
Michael Sokolow
We Were the All-American Girls: Interviews with Players of the AAGPBL, 1943–1954
Laura Ayers
.721: A History of the 1954 Cleveland Indians
Rob Edelman
The Forgotten Marlins: A Tribute to the 1956–1960 Original Miami Marlins
Bob Gorman
Baseball's New Frontier: A History of Expansion, 1961–1998
Matt Follett
Willie Stargell: A Life in Baseball
Dave Ogden
Bud Fowler: Baseball's First Black Professional
Douglas K. Lehman
Big Dan Brouthers: Baseball's First Great Slugger
Kenneth R. Fenster
Arriba Baseball!: A Collection of Latino/a Baseball Fiction
Thomas R. Mueller
Class A: Baseball in the Middle of Everywhere
William Harris Ressler
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