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July 12, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Thomas Boswell in The Washington Post, praising last-of-a-breed catcher Carlton Fisk, who after playing that position in a major league-record 2,226 games was released on June 28 by the Chicago White Sox at the age...
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...
May 27, 1985 | Jeremiah Tax
Sports books, like everything else, are expensive these days: $18.95 is a lot to pay for the pontifications of a 19-year-old athlete. He may be making $650,000 a year, but you're not. So it's a pleasure to report...
June 04, 1984 | Jeremiah Tax
Thomas Boswell's new book. Why Time Begins on Opening Day (Doubleday & Co., $14.95), has some of the best reporting on baseball in years. Reading Boswell on his sport—it's apparently the only one that really...