Submitted by Sportsologist on Wed, 2014-02-26 22:12
There are people whose contributions to baseball history went far beyond mere batting averages or stolen bases. They didn’t just play the game, they changed the game.
Submitted by Russ_Cohen on Thu, 2013-08-01 15:51
Submitted by Harvey_Frommer on Mon, 2013-05-13 08:50
(HARVEY FROMMER IS AT WORK ON A BOOK ON THE FIRST SUPER BOWL, 1967. ANYONE WITH CONTACTS, STORIES, SUGGESTIONS, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH).
“Nailed,” “501 Baseball Books Fans Must Read before They Die” and much more . . .
Submitted by Harvey_Frommer on Sat, 2013-04-13 22:07
With the release of the new film focused on “Number 42,” interest in Jackie Robinson has been revived and rightfully so. He is an important historical figure. And I had the opportunity to do a lot of writing about Jack Roosevelt Robinson in several of my books.
So for your reading pleasure, a tasting menu.
One of the perks I have experienced in writing sports books and articles has been the interesting characters I have met, the friendships I have made.
Submitted by Harvey_Frommer on Thu, 2013-01-31 18:33
He was born in Cairo, Georgia on the last day of January in 1919, and died on October 24, 1972 in Stamford, Connecticut. A chilly April 15, 1947 was the day he broke baseball's color barrier at Ebbets Field, the lone black man wearing the ice cream white uniform of the Brooklyn Dodgers.