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April 18, 1983 | Art Hill
Do you know that when Nate Colbert drove in 111 runs for the light-hitting San Diego Padres in 1972, he set a major league record? For what? Percentage of a team's runs batted in, by one player in one season: 22.75%....
September 17, 1979 | Todd Brewster
If baseball statisticians are gripping their pencils a little tighter this year, it may be because they've heard about the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), a group of self-avowed trivialists who refuse...
April 28, 1986 | Austin Murphy
Clarence (Lefty) Blasco has a picture of every Chicago Cub but one. Please note, that's every Chicago Cub . After searching for more than 30 years, he is still missing Pete Lamer, who caught two games in 1902. If...
June 15, 1987 | T. Nicholas Dawidoff
With the publication of The Armchair Book of Baseball II, The National Pastime and The Pitcher, noted baseball historian John Thorn greets the 1987 season with three books that should delight and educate readers.
May 22, 1989 | Jay Jennings
The annual spring deluge of baseball books is upon us and this year, in at least one sense, may represent a high-water mark. The sheer volume of titles is overwhelming. Here's a guide through the flood, which...