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Koppett's Concise history of major league baseball

Author: Leonard Koppett; David Koppett
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st updated and expanded edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Leonard Koppett; David Koppett
ISBN: 0786712864 9780786712861
OCLC Number: 54674804
Description: 571 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction: The Premise --
Origins --
The National Association --
The League --
Chicago --
Two Leagues --
The Union Association --
The Revolt of the Players --
The Brotherhood --
Seasons 1890-91 --
The Monopoly --
Seasons 1892-99 --
The Majors --
War --
Seasons 1900-1902 --
Peace --
The World Series --
Ball Parks --
Gambling --
The Doubleday Myth --
Outlaw Leagues and Player Relations --
Seasons 1903-12 --
The Feds --
Seasons 1913-15 --
Real War --
Seasons 1916-18 --
The Blowup --
Seasons 1919-21 --
The Golden Age --
Lively Ball Baseball --
Selling the Offense --
New Owners --
Seasons 1922-25 --
The Commissioner --
Seasons 1926-28 --
Boom and Bust --
Hard Times --
The Farm System --
Yankees and A's --
Seasons 1929-33 --
An Age of Glory --
The New Stars --
Radio --
Lights --
The Hall of Fame --
Farm Systems and Administration --
"Break Up the Yankees!" --
Seasons 1934-41 --
A Changing World --
Wartime Baseball --
Seasons 1942-45 --
The Stars Are Back --
and on TV! --
Integration --
Commissioner Chandler --
The Mexican League --
Antitrust --
Unionization --
Ford Frick --
Attendance --
Television and Radio --
Farm Systems --
Veeck as in Wreck --
The Pacific Coast League --
Radio and the Minors --
A New Yankee Dynasty --
Boston to Milwaukee --
Bonus Players --
Seasons 1946-52 --
Movement --
The Moves --
The Frick Administration --
The New New Stars --
The Minors --
Seasons 1953-57 --
Challenge --
The Continental League --
The Alternative --
Seasons 1958-60 --
Expansion --
Ten-Team Leagues --
Demographics --
The New Teams --
The New Parks --
The New Commissioners --
The New Schedule --
The New Rules --
The New Players Association --
Seasons 1961-68 --
Divisions and Play-Offs --
An Active Commissioner --
An Active Union --
The Flood Case --
An Active Scene --
Seasons 1969-72 --
The New Age --
Free Agency --
The Designated Hitter --
Arbitration --
More Teams --
The New Reserve System --
Finley versus Kuhn --
Progress --
Seasons 1973-80 --
Strike Two --
The Rest of the 1981 Season --
Rolling in Money --
Commissioner Turnover --
The Labor Front --
Drugs --
Ownership Turnover --
Seasons 1982-92 --
Strike Three --
1993: Averting Disaster --
1994: Disaster --
1995: Picking Up the Pieces --
Denouement --
Afterword: The Summation --
New Chapter for the 2004 Edition: A Whole New Ballgame --
A New Story Begins --
Home Run Heaven --
The Men in Blue --
Interleague Play and League Restructuring --
The All-Star Game --
Television and Media Conglomerates --
Baseball Palaces --
A New Commissioner --
Baseball Economics --
Another Record and Contraction --
Competitive Balance --
A New Collective Bargaining Agreement --
Commissioners and League Presidents --
Franchises --
Club Sales --
Finances --
Competitive Balance --
Offensive Eras --
Hitting --
The Designated Hitter --
Ball Parks --
Player Awards --
Why "Pitching Is the Name of the Game".
Other Titles: Concise history of major league baseball
Major league baseball
Responsibility: Leonard Koppett ; new chapter for the 2004 edition by David Koppett.
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