The Death and Resurrection of Baseball

Echoes From A Distant Past
By William R Douglas

The Death and Resurrection of Baseball: Echoes From A Distant Past is a work of fiction in the sports and futuristic fiction subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author William R Douglas. We find ourselves in the year...

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The GameKeepers

Whitewash, Blackmail, and Baseball's Darkest Secrets (The Cooperstown Trilogy)
By J. B. Manheim

The Gamekeepers by J B Manheim is a cracker of a story. The Gamekeepers are the self-appointed protectors of baseball, a self-perpetuating group of three who developed an ingenious plan back in the 1930s to protect the game from behind the scenes. Fast forward to...

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This Never Happened

The Mystery Behind the Death of Christy Mathewson
By J.B. Manheim

Wow! If ever there was a rip-roaring narrative, This Never Happened: The Mystery Behind the Death of Christy Mathewson by JB Manheim is it! The novel has its origins in the speculation and uncertainty surrounding the untimely death of Christy Mathewson, baseball legend, in 1925....

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The Center Bench All-Star

By Brian D. Campbell

Barrett Wentworth started his life privileged. His mom and dad were exceedingly generous with their funds but sparing with their time. An untimely accident leaves him an orphan, with only his Aunt Evelyn as his guardian. During his years staying with her and being subjected...

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The Thing About Baseball

By Ken K Liu, BJ Pivonka

The Thing About Baseball is a coming-of-age sports drama novel written by Kenny K. Liu and BJ Pivonka. Colt Benson, a high school senior at Orange High, recalls his conversation with his idol, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, as he prepares himself for the...

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The Slummer

Quarters Till Death
By Geoffrey Simpson

The Slummer: Quarters Till Death by Geoffrey Simpson is a compelling, futuristic novel that features a sport scarcely written about: running. Set in 2083, Benjamin Brandt is among those who live on the fringes of society. He belongs to the class of poor people commonly...

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The Magician

The Donora Story Collection Book 3
By Kathleen Shoop

The Magician (The Donora Story Collection) by Kathleen Shoop is the third book in a collection focused on a small mill town in Pennsylvania, called Donora. The Magician is a fictionalized version of perhaps Donora’s greatest export and son, the Major League Hall-of-Fame baseball player,...

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The Lost Innings

A Baseball Redemption
By Alex Murphy

The Lost Innings: A Baseball Redemption by Alex Murphy is a powerful and poignant sports fiction novel. Centering on baseball but extending into a character-driven contemporary drama, this story unfolds through lead character Jack Ridley whose whole life has been defined by baseball, from childhood...

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Time is Gold

By Martin Knox

Time is Gold by Martin Knox is a brilliantly plotted and well-written novel that centers on a strong and original concept. Maxi Fleet wants just one thing: to run faster than any female has ever run before. She is training to beat the world. Stan...

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The Legend of the First Super Speedway

The Battle for the Soul of American Auto Racing
By Mark Dill

The Legend of the First Super Speedway: The Battle for the Soul of American Auto Racing by Mark Dill is a hard-hitting, heart-pounding story of grit, determination, and the American dream. This robust, visceral book, based on a true story, centers on two main characters,...

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