As the seasons move from baseball into football and hockey and basketball so do the subject matters of books being published. All levels and varieties of writing from all kinds of publishers take center stage. There is something for everyone. Herewith, a sampling.
A heavier, slower and older Babe Ruth had much more to prove in 1932. And prove he did! Batting .341, driving in 137 runs, slugging 41 homers, the Sultan of Swat pushed the New York Yankees to another pennant. The Cubs of Chicago were the opposition in the World Series.
With the advance in modern baseball of instant replay, all the technology at the ready, and a world of social media on board — the game today especially for umpires is vastly different than that in the primitive days of the national pastime. What follows is a glimpse into the … Continue reading