Total Baseball: The Official Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball

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Total Sports Publishing, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 2502 pages
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The most comprehensive baseball encyclopedia ever published, this exhaustive reference features the career record of every player in major league baseball history as well as complete statistics on every aspect of the game. The book also includes over 700 pages of articles, team histories, and player biographies.

New to this edition are an essay on the fine art of collecting baseball memorabilia by Fox Sports anchor Keith Olbermann, an article about Civil War-era baseball by historian Patricia Millen, and a review of collegiate baseball history by college baseball expert Beau Riffenburgh.

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Our Game John Thorn
Team Histories Frederick IvorCampbell and Matthew Silverman
Major League Attendance Robert L Tiemann

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