Events/Author News

EVENTS


I will be speaking and/​or signing books at the following events in 2014:

October 9 (Thursday) -- 7 pm to 9 pm --Bergino Baseball Clubhouse, 67 East 11th Street, Cast Iron Building, New York City, New York, 212-226-7150, www.bergino.com.

October 25 (Saturday) -- 9:30 am to Noon -- Jack Graney Cleveland Chapter (SABR) -- InfoCision Stadium, Fifth Floor (U. of Akron) [Exact time of Chalmers presentation TBD]

November 1 (Saturday) -- 9:30 am to 4:00 pm -- Buckeye Book Fair, Fisher Auditorium, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, OH 44691

NEWS


-- On Saturday, June 28, 2014, I was a guest of Bill Littlefield on his nationally syndicated radio (NPR) show, "Only A Game." The Chalmers Race was the show's featured book. A link to the interview and the show's webpage describing the book can be found to the right under "Quick Links."

-- In 2008, Eddie Collins: A Baseball Biography was selected by SABR's Deadball Committee as a finalist for the Larry Ritter Book Award.

-- In April 2014, Pitching to the Pennant: The 1954 Cleveland Indians was released by the University of Nebraska Press. The book is edited by Joe Wancho. I had the privilege of serving as an associate editor along with Leonard Levin, Bill Nowlin and Steve Johnson.

Selected Works

Non-Fiction/Biography
A baseball story of dubious scorekeeping and statistical systems, of performances and personalities in conflict, of accurate results revealed seventy years too late, and of a contest settled not by play on the field but by human foibles.
Nonfiction/Biography
The exciting life and times of one of baseball's greatest second basemen while a key member of powerful Philadelphia Athletics and controversial Chicago White Sox teams from 1906-1930 and as an executive with the Boston Red Sox from 1933-1951.
The story of Hall-of-Famer George Sisler, Ty Cobb’s “nearest thing to the perfect ballplayer.”