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We are a small, independent press located in Northern New Jersey specializing in niche publishing of non-fiction titles.

Baseball’s Peerless Semipros

Baseball’s Peerless Semipros

The Brooklyn Bushwicks
of Dexter Park
by Thomas Barthel

List Price: $29.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-56-9

The uniform always had the single word “Bushwick” on it. No nickname like Dodgers, Giants, or Yankees. The name was not a plural. On the uniform was the name of a neighborhood in a borough of New York City.

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Baseball Skippers and Their Crews

Baseball Skippers and Their Crews

The History of Every Major League Manager
and Coach, 1871-2014
Second Edition
by Thomas W. Brucato

List Price: $42.50
ISBN: 978-1-937943-20-2

Since 1871, there have been over 690 managers and 1500 coaches in the major leagues. In Baseball Skippers and Their Crews, Tom Brucato documents the lives and records of all of them.

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So Many Seasons in the Sun

So Many Seasons in the Sun

A Century and More of
Conversations with Baseball’s
Greatest Clubhouse Managers
by Lawrence D. Hogan
Foreword by Frank Deford

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-02-8

So Many Seasons In the Sun is the untold history of baseball as seen in the story of the major leagues’ two most historically important teams told from the vantage point of the game’s ultimate insiders, Fred and Ed Logan, Pete Sheehy, and Mike Murphy. These four legendary clubhouse men are at the center of So Many Seasons In The Sun.

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Through My Eyes

Through My Eyes

A Sports Writer’s 58-Year Journey
by Jerry Izenberg

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-57-6

Former United States Senator Bill Bradley says it best—“Jerry is a conscience of sports. He is never afraid to take on the tough subjects…” Now in this revealing portrait of nearly six decades of sports writing, Jerry Izenberg takes his many readers and friends back over the long road of finding the truth and reporting it.

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Negro Baseball…Before Integration

Negro Baseball…Before Integration

by Effa Manley & Leon Herbert Hardwick

List Price: $19.95 (Paper), $29.95 (Hard Cover)
ISBN: 978-1-878282-43-9 (Paper)
ISBN: 978-1-878282-44-6 (Hard Cover)

Since its publication in 1976, Negro Baseball has been an indispensable source of information for historians and fans interested in reconstructing black America’s baseball past. Effa Manley’s ability to set her story within a broader social and cultural context has made her work much more than a baseball book.

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A Baseball Dynasty

A Baseball Dynasty

Charlie Finley’s Swingin’ A’s
by Bruce Markusen

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-23-1

The winner of the Society for American Baseball Research’s Seymour Medal as the best book of 1998, this newly released edition of A Baseball Dynasty: Charlie Finley’s Swingin’ A’s (originally titled Baseball’s Last Dynasty) contains added interviews with stars Joe Rudi, Gene Tenace, Jim “Mudcat” Grant, and John “Blue Moon” Odom.

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The Glory of the 1966 Orioles and Baltimore

The Glory of the 1966 Orioles and Baltimore

by Mark R. Millikin

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-46-0

Baltimore had known great baseball as a major league city at the turn of the nineteenth century before losing their franchise in 1901 to New York, a team that later became the Yankees. Although Baltimore had some great minor league teams, the city was still considered as a minor league city, even when it returned to the majors in 1954.

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Red Sox Review

Red Sox Review

110 Years of Boston Red Sox Photos
by Mark Stang

List Price: $39.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-70-5

Over 260 black and white photographs span 110 years of baseball history
in this stunning collection of Red Sox images. From the days of Joe Cronin
and Bobby Doerr to Jim Rice and Carlton Fisk, the famous and forgotten
fill these pages and recall the glory of Boston Red Sox baseball. The book
covers the Red Sox from 1901 all the way through the 2011 season.

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The World Series In The Deadball Era

The World Series In The Deadball Era

A history in the words and pictures
of the writers and photographers
by Steve Steinberg

List Price: $45.00
ISBN: 978-1-937943-45-5

The game of baseball at the beginning of the 20th century was remarkably similar to the game that is played today, although pitching was dominant and offense was hard to come by. But missing was the coverage by radio, television, motion pictures, audio/video tapes and the internet. Today’s coverage includes not only these new media but also expanded use of newspapers and photography.

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