Ralph Branca: Because he was strong enough.

No other moment in sports history comes close to that single game in October, 1951. Countless non-fiction books have been written about the ’51 pennant race, the game, what happened to the home run ball, and the players after the cheering died down. Thomson’s home run has been employed as a plot device for shelves of fiction novels and TV shows, and hardly an autobiography of a person alive in 1951 could escape mentioning where they were on that day. […]

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Blogs and Sites of Note

One of the things I miss about the early days of blogging is the exchange of links between like-minded authors. I looked forward to these posts because it would introduce me to new writers and blogs I hadn’t heard of before. So, in the spirit of the old days of blogging, here’s a little look at the baseball history authors and websites that I visit regularly. […]

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