Topic: Baseball [x]
Bookseller: Old Bookshop of Bordentown [x]
Chicago: Reilly & Lee, 1919.
First edition. Contemporary biography of the Hall of Fame owner of the Chicago White Sox. Comiskey, a player of some repute in the 1880s and more
Mayer, Ronald A.
Union City, NJ: William H. Wise Press, 1980.
Hardcover. 300 pp. Illustrated. Fine in near fine very slightly edge rubbed dust jacket. Scarce in any format, particularly so in hardcover. Account of one more
Vintage Books, 1985.
Softcover in glossy illustrated cover. Signed by the author on the half-title page. 300 pp. Index. Bibliography. Illustrated with black and white photographs. A fascinating more
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Los Angeles: 1952.
8 1/2" x 11" folded card stock, color illustration of a cartoon baseball-headed player on front cover. Fully scored for game, pre-printed lineups, between Los more
Skip Clayton; Jeff Moeller
Sports Publishing, 2000.
As new in as new, price clipped dust jacket. Signed by both authors on the title page. Hardcover. 225 pp. Illustrated with photographs of each more
Salvatore, Bryan Di
New York: Pantheon, 1999.
First edition. Fine in fine dust jacket. Hardcover. 477 pp. with index, bibliography. Illustrated. Biography of one of the great baseball stars of the 19th more
Tuohey, George V.
Boston: M.F. Quinn, 1897.
Firts edition. One of the rarest, most important and most sought after baseball histories, the wonderfully illustrated story of the Boston Baseball Club. CONDITION :NOTE more
First edition/prinitng. Fine (rem. mark bottom edge) in fine dust jacket. 223 pp. with index. Illustrations. Autobiography of Ralph Branca, most famously a pitcher for more
University Of Nebraska Press, 2009.
As new in dust jacket. First printing. Hardcover. xxxiv+ 267 pp. with index, bibliography. Illustrated with vintage photographs and reproductions. Biography of the man who more
New York: Stein & Day Pub, 1980.
First edition. Hardcover. 187 pp. with index, appendix of All Star Game boxscores. Illustrated. Foreward by Ralph Kiner. A history of baseball's midsummer classic, the more
NY: A.S. Barnes, 1967.
First edition. Cloth, 654 pps. with index of teams. First edition of this still invaluable baseball reference work.Chronologically arranged roster of each major league team more
Robert W. Henderson
New York: Rockport Press, 1947.
First edition (stated). Quite scarce. Hardcover in buff buckram cloth decorated in brown. xx +220 pp. Index and bibliography.Illustrated. A cornerstone title that traces the more
New York: Knopf, 1956.
First edition. Warm, 5-line inscription signed "Mark" and dated at San Francisco 2-20-56 on the dedication page. Hardcover in brick colored paper covered boards over more
Saratoga Springs, NY: Haymaker Books, 1988.
Oblong in illustrated softcovers. 64 pp. with bibliography. Illustrated with 82 reproductions of rare early photographic images of baseball teams and players. Near fine, small more
Cincinnati: Privately Printed, 1907.
Black cloth lettered and decorated in red with design of original 1869 Red Stockings player front panel. 277 pp. Illustrated with numerous photographic plates of more
Nashville: The Tennessean Company, 1910.
First edition. Very scarce. Illustrated paper-covered boards letetred in black and red and with a black and red prinetd baseball player design on front cover. more
Orem, Preston D.
Altadena, Ca: Privately Printed, 1961.
First edition. Hardcover leatherette; 359 pps.; illustrated with photos and woodcuts. Still one of the very best source books on 19th century baseball, from its more
Garden City: Doubleday, 1961.
Color illustrated hardcovers. 141 pp. Young adult fiction, the story of a boy's first year in the big leagues. Very good in edgeworn, price clipped more
Ernest J. Lanigan
McFarland & Company, 2005.
Illustrated glossy softcovers. Generally fine, touch of curl to the tips. xi+ 405 pp. with index for this edition. Originally published in 1922, Ernest Lannigan's more
Connor, Anthony J.
1982 NY: McMillan,
First edition. An oral history of the early days of major league baseball, from the late 19th to the mid-20th century. Dozens of hall Of more