Even though there is plenty of great online coverage to get you ready for the baseball season – both real and fantasy – you may be like me in enjoying a physical book or two to dive into at this time of year.
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Another marker along the road to the new season is passed with Baseball Prospectus’ annual guide to the year ahead being published
A guest review by Jamie Crompton
Illustrated version of the classic comedy routine
Mark George reviews a book that provides an insight into what goes through a player’s mind when at the plate, and what can happen when you overthink and fall victim to your ego
You are sure to know the film Field of Dreams, but have you read the novel that it is based on? If not, you should.
The first review of the 2011/12 offseason looks at The Secret History of Balls by Josh Chetwynd
The existence of a professional baseball league in Britain in 1890 would come as a great surprise to many. ‘What about the Villa?’ chronicles this fascinating chapter in British baseball and sporting history
It is often said the greatest comedy comes from situations where the characters are trapped together. After reading Dirk Hayhurst’s descriptions of players suffering long bus rides between minor league stadiums, it should come as no surprise this book has plenty of funny moments
Bruce Weber’s book about “the land of umpires” gives fans a greater insight into the profession and makes you question your preconceptions of what they do