Home Run: The Definitive History of Baseball's Ultimate Weapon

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Potomac Books, Inc., 2007 - Electronic books - 304 pages
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I disagree with his position that steroids had no effect whatsoever on the power surge of the 1990s, but otherwise this is a pretty good book. Read full review

Contents

ILLUSTRATIONS
FIGURES
TABLES
FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
PREFACE
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APPENDIX ACAREER HOME RUN MILESTONES
APPENDIX BSINGLESEASON HOME RUN MILESTONES
APPENDIX CSINGLEGAME HOME RUN MILESTONES

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APPENDIX DYEARLY HOME RUN LEADERS BY LEAGUE
APPENDIX EHOLLYWOOD HOMERS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

David Vincent is the author of "Home Run: The Definitive History of Baseball's Ultimate Weapon" and coauthor of the award-winning book "The Midsummer Classic: The Complete History of Baseball's All-Star Game", and "SABR Presents the Home Run Encyclopedia: The Who, What, and Where of Every Home Run Hit Since 1876". Major League Baseball, ESPN, FOX, "USA Today", and many other media entities consult him regularly on the history of the home run. He lives in Centreville, Virginia.

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