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22 New Baseball Books Reviewed

As we assess how much we care that Albert Pujols is now an Angel and José Reyes is a Marlin managed by Ozzie Guillen, as we remind ourselves that we love baseball for the game itself, maybe a new glance backward is in order! This year’s roster of spring books on our national pastime is tilted more than usually toward the academic and the deeply historical, but there are also testaments to the game’s notable personalities and the predictable stories of fathers and sons bonding over baseball. Some things never change, no matter what uniform a player is wearing.

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