Philadelphia: Published by Francis C. Richter, 1914. First edition. Read More about Richter's History and Records of Base Ball. The American Nation's Chief Sport
New York: D. Appleton and Company 443 & 445 Broadway, 1865. First edition. Early Baseball Reference. Chapter Five of this work contains the earliest fictional reference to the game of baseball. Read More about Uncle Nat; or, The Good Time Which George and Frank Had, Trapping, Fishing, Camping Out, etc. By...
New York: William Morrow, 1972. First edition. Inscribed to the Editor. INSCRIBED, "To Phil, As editor, all problems of theme, structure, style and character are of course your responsibilty! Best Barry 12/11/82." Read More about Runner Mack
n.p: . The drawing depicts an allegorical figure of Manhattan, in colonial garb, tipping his hat and bowing in homage to his neighbor across the Brooklyn Bridge: a rotund figure in a Brooklyn baseball uniform, bat in one hand, pennant in the other, standing in a field with "Brooklyn B.B...... Read More about Fine original pen-and-ink drawing, probably for a newspaper illustration, commemorating the 1916...
New York: Harper and Brothers, . First edition. Read More about The Long Season
NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons, . First Edition. Read More about The Chicago White Sox
5-19- (c. 1939). Read More about "Bunting is Rarely used in our modern game."
New York: c. 1930. A short response in scrawled hand from the actor who immortalized “Casey at the Bat.” reading in part: “I guess whatever success I’ve achieved was born of a sense of responsibility to do all I could in anything I undertook.”American actor, singer, comedian, and theatrical producer..... Read More about Autograph letter signed "DeWolf Hopper" to "Master Halpern" (Seymour Halpern)...
New York: Arbor House, . First edition. Read More about The Seventh Babe
Los Angeles: Sylvester & Orphanos, 1982. First Edition, one of 4 (of 330) copies for presentation, out of sequence, and SIGNED by the author. Inscribed to Malcolm Cowley. INSCRIBED by the publishers on the ffep, “For Malcolm Cowley with gratitude from Ralph Sylvester and Stathis Orphanos”. Read More about The National Pastime
New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1938. First edition. SPORTS MEDICINE: With a section of "Treatment of Minor Injuries in Baseball" by Dr. A. R. Shands Jr. of Duke University School of Medicine. Read More about Baseball. Individual Play and Team Strategy [With A Word by Connie Mack and Grantland Rice
New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc, [May, 1947]. Second Edition, Second Printing. SPORTS MEDICINE: With a section of “Treatment of Minor Injuries in Baseball” by Lenox D. Baker, M.D. Read More about Baseball. Individual Play and Team Strategy [With a Word by Connie Mack and Grantland Rice
London: Hart-Davis, (1970). First English edition. Read More about The Universal Baseball Asssociation, Inc. J. Henry Waugh, Prop
London: George Bell & Sons, York Street, Covent Garden, 1891. First edition. Will Baseball Replace Cricket?? Written by the President of National Baseball League of Great Britain; Formerly United States Consul, Manchester. He advocates baseball in England and his book as "practical assistance to the large and rapidly increasing number..... Read More about Baseball
Tokyo, New York London: Kodansha International, . First edition. Read More about Slugging It Out in Japan: an American Ball Player in the Japanese Major League
New York: Viking, . First edition. Inscribed, "July 1989, Mudville. For the Uptons-Ebie- may she heal quickly. Jack-my he enjoy many more returns. Best always, Frank Deford." Read More about Csey on the Loose. [What really might have happened
New York: 1953. SIGNED By MULLIN. Willard Mullin (September 14, 1902 - December 20, 1978) was an American sports cartoonist. He is most famous for his creation of these "Brooklyn Bum", the personification of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team. He received the Reuben Award for 1954 for his work..... Read More about Original pen and ink of flying Bums ... entitled "The Boid is on the Wing.--- All 41 of the...
Philadelphia: 20 July 1865. General Doubleday, here, recommends his brother Brevet Brig. Genl. Ulysses Doubleday (1824 – 1893), who had led the 45th United States Colored Troops, for Sheridan's use as he speaks fluent Spanish, French and German. Doubleday writes "I have no desire to puff him, but as you..... Read More about Autograph letter, signed "A. Doubleday, Maj. Genl. ". To Major General Philip Henry...
New York: Simon and Schuster, . First edition. Read More about Nice Guys Finish Last
Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1868. First edition. Page 139 starts the baseball. Read More about Changing Base; or What Edward Rice Learnt at School
New York: A.S. Barnes, . First edition. Signed by Hall of Famer Feller on flyleaf. Read More about Strikeout Story
[Associated Newspapers, 1940]. Read More about Here and There