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A Journal of Baseball History and Culture
Edited by Trey Strecker and Willie Steele

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ISSN  1188-9330

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NINE studies all historical aspects of baseball, centering on the societal and cultural implications of the game wherever in the world it is played. This journal features articles, essays, book reviews, biographies, oral history, and short fiction pieces.

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Volume 23, Number 2 (Spring 2015)

NINE Spring 2015, Vol. 23, No. 2

Diamond Quotes

A Tale of Two Umpires: Or, Restoring the Legacy of Dummy Hoy
R. A. R. Edwards

“McGraw Wants His Indian”: Revisiting the Chief Tokohama Story
Chris Lamb

Coal Ball: Baseball and Its Role in the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company Coal Towns of Southeastern Colorado, 1900–1910
Tim Dodson

Frenzy: Babe Ruth’s Much Ballyhooed Premier Season with the New York Yankees
Edmund F. Wehrle

“Do Your Job, Do It Well, and Keep Your Mouth Shut”: Elston Howard and the Code of Black Professionalism
Michael E. Lomax

Hail the Faltering Hero: Failure and Respect in South Korean Baseball Cinema
Jeremy Groskopf

Triple Play
Personal Reviews, Op-ed Pieces, and Polemics from Outside the Purview of the Umpires Fifty Years of Change: The Minor Leagues, Then and Now; or, The Minor Leagues, Fifty Years On
George Gmelch

A Half Century Ago
Robert A. Moss

The Cap
Robert A. Moss

Book Reviews
When Baseball Went White: Reconstruction, Reconciliation, and Dreams of a National Pastime
Chris Lamb

Black Baseball Entrepreneurs, 1902–1931: The Negro National League and Eastern Colored League
Douglas K. Lehman

Before the Ivy: The Cubs’ Golden Age in Pre-Wrigley Chicago
Jack Bales

The Miracle Braves, 1914–1916
Michael Haupert

The Colonel and Hug: The Partnership that Transformed the Yankees
Kenneth R. Fenster

The 1928 New York Yankees: The Return of Murderers’ Row
Steve Steinberg

The Nats and the Grays: How Baseball in the Nation’s Capital Survived WWII and Changed the Game Forever
Steven P. Gietschier

Rickey and Robinson: The True, Untold Story of the Integration of Baseball
Robert A. Moss

Pete Rose: An American Dilemma
Todd F. McDorman

The Bilko Athletic Club: The Story of the 1956 Los Angeles Angels; and The Continental League: A Personal History
Lee Lowenfish

A Scout’s Report: My 70 Years in Baseball
Lee Lowenfish

Winning in Both Leagues: Reflections from Baseball’s Front Office
Jim Overmyer

Crack of the Bat: A History of Baseball on the Radio
Kenneth R. Fenster

The Essential W. P. Kinsella
William Steele

A Game of Their Own: Voices of Contemporary Women in Baseball
Rob Edelman

Film Reviews
Million Dollar Arm
Ron Briley

Havana Curveball
William Harris Ressler

The Real Moonlight Graham: A Life Well Lived
Robert A. Moss