Eddie Collins: A Baseball Biography
When a short, slender, floppy-eared collegiate infield star from Columbia met Connie Mack, the great manager of the Philadelphia Athletics, in a New York City hotel in 1906 to negotiate a professional baseball contract, few would have predicted greatness for the youngster. Eddie Collins: A Baseball Biography details why over one hundred years later that young man is still regarded by many as the game's greatest second baseman.
The Sizzler: George Sisler, Baseball’s Forgotten Great
In the 1920s baseball’s hitting giants were Cobb, Ruth, Hornsby and George Sisler. The first three remain part of baseball folklore. Until recently Sisler was essentially forgotten. The Sizzler details Sisler’s rise to fame, his years at the top, and analyzes why his star so quickly dimmed.