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Jim Albert; Jay Bennett. Curve Ball: Baseball, Statistics, and the Role of Chance in the Game. Springer. 2003. 432pp.

Charles C. Alexander. Breaking the Slump: Baseball in the Depression Era. Columbia University Press. 2004. 352pp.

Lance Von Auken; Robin Van Auken. Play Ball! The Story of Little League Baseball. Penn State Press. 2004. 264pp.

Scott Barzilla. Checks and Imbalances: Competitive Disparity in Major League Baseball. McFarland. 2002. 196pp.

David Block. Baseball Before We Knew It: A Search for the Roots of the Game. University of Nebraska Press. 2006. 340pp.

Adrian Burgos, Jr.. Playing America's Game: Baseball, Latinos, and the Color Line. University of California Press. 2007. 362pp.

Craig Allen Cleve. Hardball on the Home Front: Major League Replacement Players of World War II. McFarland. 2004. 203pp.

Richard C. Crepeau. Baseball: America's Diamond Mind. University of Nebraska Press. 2000. 232pp.

John E. Dreifort (editor). Baseball History from Outside the Lines: A Reader. University of Nebraska Press. 2001. 363pp.

Jerold J. Duquette. Regulating the National Pastime: Baseball and Antitrust. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. 162pp.

Roberto González Echevarría. The Pride of Havana: A History of Cuban Baseball. Oxford University Press. 1999. 464pp.

James E. Elfers. The Tour to End All Tours: The Story of Major League Baseball's 1913-1914 World Tour. University of Nebraska Press. 2003. 278pp.

Robert Elias. Baseball and the American Dream: Race, Class, Gender, and the National Pastime. M. E. Sharpe. 2001. 308pp.

Gene Elston. A Stitch in Time: A Baseball Chronology. Halcyon Press. 2006. 335pp.

Christopher H. Evans; William R. Herzog (editor). The Faith of Fifty Million: Baseball, Religion, and American Culture. Westminster John Knox Press. 2002. 274pp.

Bob Hill. Crack of the Bat: The Louisville Slugger Story. Sports Publishing LLC. 2000. 160pp.

Donald Honig. Baseball America: The Heroes of the Game and the Times of Their Glory. Simon and Schuster. 2001. 342pp.

Alan M. Klein. Growing the Game: The Globalization of Major League Baseball. Yale University Press. 2006. 279pp.

Donald G. Kyle; Robert B. Fairbanks (editor). Baseball in America and America in Baseball. Texas A&M University Press. 2008. 222pp.

Lee Lowenfish. The Imperfect Diamond: A History of Baseball's Labor Wars. Da Capo Press. 1991. 301pp.

W. C. Madden; Patrick J. Stewart. The College World Series: A Baseball History, 1947-2003. McFarland. 2004. 308pp.

Daniel R. Marburger (editor). Stee-rike Four! What's Wrong with the Business of Baseball?. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1997. 218pp.

Kevin M. McCarthy. Baseball in Florida. Pineapple Press. 1996. 262pp.

David McGimpsey. Imagining Baseball: America's Pastime and Popular Culture. Indiana University Press. 2000. 194pp.

G. Richard McKelvey. All Bat, No Glove: A History of the Designated Hitter. McFarland. 2004. 213pp.

Larry Moffi. The Conscience of the Game: Baseball's Commissioners from Landis to Selig. University of Nebraska Press. 2006. 225pp.

Daniel Okrent. Nine Innings: The Anatomy of a Baseball Game. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2000. 288pp.

Thomas K. Perry. Textile League Baseball: South Carolina's Mill Teams, 1880-1955. McFarland. 2004. 327pp.

Albert Theodore Powers. The Business of Baseball. McFarland. 2003. 409pp.

Joseph L. Price. Rounding the Bases: Baseball and Religion in America. Mercer University Press. 2006. 260pp.

Samuel Octavio Regalado. Viva Baseball! Latin Major Leaguers and Their Special Hunger. University of Illinois Press. 1998. 224pp.

Edward J. Rielly. Baseball: An Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. ABC-CLIO. 2000. 371pp.

Edward J. Rielly (editor). Baseball and American Culture: Across the Diamond. Haworth Press. 2003. 289pp.

Steven A. Riess. Touching Base: Professional Baseball and American Culture in the Progressive Era. University of Illinois Press. 1999. 308pp.

Michael Robbins. Ninety Feet from Fame: Close Calls with Baseball Immortality. Carroll & Graf. 2004. 320pp.

John P. Rossi. A Whole New Game: Off the Field Changes in Baseball, 1946-1960. McFarland. 1999. 253pp.

Richard Scheinin. Field of Screams: The Dark Underside of America's National Pastime. W. W. Norton & Company. 1994. 398pp.

Harold Seymour. Baseball: The People's Game. Oxford University Press. 1992. 672pp.

Tom Simon (editor). Deadball Stars of the National League. Brassey's. 2004. 367pp. For the Society for American Baseball Research.

Robert Smith. Baseball: A Historical Narrative of the Game. New York: Simon and Schuster. 1947. 362pp.

Dean A. Sullivan (editor). Early Innings: A Documentary History of Baseball, 1825-1908. University of Nebraska Press. 1997. 326pp.

Dean A. Sullivan (editor). Middle Innings: A Documentary History of Baseball, 1900-1948. University of Nebraska Press. 1998. 238pp.

Dean A. Sullivan (editor). Late Innings: A Documentary History of Baseball, 1945-1972. University of Nebraska Press. 2002. 299pp.

Stefan Szymanski; Andrew S. Zimbalist. National Pastime: How Americans Play Baseball and the Rest of the World Plays Soccer. Brookings Institution Press. 2005. 263pp.

David Quentin Voigt. American Baseball: From the Commissioners to Continental Expansion. Penn State Press. 1983. 376pp.

Paul Votano. Late and Close: A History of Relief Pitching. McFarland. 2002. 185pp.

Spencer Weber Waller; Neil B. Cohen; Paul Finkelman (editor). Baseball and the American Legal Mind. Taylor & Francis. 1995. 525pp.

Junwei Yu. Playing in Isolation: A History of Baseball in Taiwan. University of Nebraska Press. 2007. 217pp.

Joel Zoss; John Bowman. Diamonds in the Rough: The Untold History of Baseball. University of Nebraska Press. 2004. 437pp.



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