I Was Right on Time, by Buck O’Neil,
SABR Bibliography Committee Newsletter, July 1996
Fighting Jews: When Boxing Was
a Jewish Sport, by Allen Bodner (Prager). Congress Monthly, September/October 1998.
Using sports to become an American.
Sports and the American Jew, edited by Stephen A. Reiss (University of Syracuse Press). New
Jersey Jewish News, May 20, 1999.
A Jew on the mound, in baseball’s
simpler days (The Rabbi of Swat. MichiganStateUniversity
Press, 1999). New Jersey Jewish News, March
The Talmud and the Internet: A
Journey Between Two Worlds, by Jonathan Rosen (Farrar, Straus and Giroux). Bookreporter, January
“He’s true to his religion
and I honor him for that . . .” Bio and Video on Hank Greenberg. Purebaseball. September
Through a Diamond: 100 Years of
Japanese American Baseball, by Kerry Yo Nakagawa (Rudi). ForeWord, January 2002.
The Best Pitcher in Baseball: The
Life of Rube Foster, Negro League Giant, by Robert Charles Cottrell (New YorkUniversity
Press). MultiCultural Review, March 2002.
Touching My Father’s Soul:
A Sherpa’s Journey to the Top of Everest, by Jamling Tenzing Norgay (Harper San Francisco). MultiCultural Review, March
Faith in the Game: Chicken Soup
for the Baseball Fan’s Soul, Edited by Jack Canfield (Health Communications), and The Faith of Fifty Million: Baseball,
Religion, and American Culture, by Christopher Evans and William Herzog III (Wetsminster John Knox. Purebaseball, June 5, 2002.
The Integration of Baseball: An
Annotated Bibliography of Nonfiction Books, Multicultural Review, June 2002.
The Butcher’s Tale: Murder
and Anti-Semitism in a GermanTown, by
Helmut Walser Smith (W.W. Norton & Company), BookPage, August 2002.
Biography lauds baseball great
Koufax on and off the field. Sandy Koufax: A Lefty’s Legacy, by Jane Leavy (Harper Collins). New
Jersey Jewish News, August 29, 2002.
Sandy Koufax: A Lefty’s Legacy,
by Jane Leavy (Harper Collins). BookPage, September 2002.
New Jack Jocks: Rebels, Race and
the American Athlete, by Larry Platt (TempleUniversity
Press, 2002). MultiCultural Review, September 2002.
Shut Out: A Story of Race and Baseball
in Boston, by Howard Bryant (Routledge) and They Cleared the Lane: The NBA’s
Black Pioneers, by Ron Thomas (University of Nebraska Press).
MultiCultural Review, September 2002.
Black Baseball’s National
Showcase: The East-West All-Star Game, by Larry Lester (University of Nebraska
Press) and Taking in a Game: A History of Baseball in Asia, by Joseph Reaves
(University of Nebraska Press). MultiCultural
Review, September 2002.
My Father’s People, by Louis
Rubin Jr., (LouisianaStateUniversity).
BookPage, October 2002.
One Candle, by Eve Bunting (Joanna
Cotler) and Jewish Holidays All Year Round, by Ilene Cooper (Abrams). BookPage, December 2002.
The History of Irish Ballplayers
in Baseball, Irish America, February/March 2003.
A Strong Right Arm: The Story of
Mamie “Peanut” Johnson, by Michelle Green (Dial). Multicultural Review, Mach 2003.
Extra Bases: Reflections on Jackie
Robinson, Race, and Baseball History, by Jules Tygiel (Bison). Multicultural Review, March 2003.
Home is Everything, by Jose Luis
Villegas and Marcos Breton (Cinco Puntos). MultuCultural Review, September 2003.