Baseball and Philosophy: Thinking outside the Batter's Box

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Contents
Foreword by Bill Littlefieldxi
Acknowledgmentsxiii
Pre-Game Warm-up: Who's on First?1
First Inning: Hometown Heroes3
TOP OF THE FIRST
1.“There's No Place Like Home!” JOE KRAUS7
BOTTOM OF THE FIRST
2.Minnesota's “Homer Hanky Jurisprudence”: Contraction, Ethics, and the Twins PAUL HORAN and JASON SOLOMON20
Second Inning: You Gotta Believe!33
TOP OF THE SECOND
3.Should Cubs Fans Be Committed? What Bleacher Bums Have to Teach Us about the Nature of Faith THOMAS D. SENOR37
BOTTOM OF THE SECOND
4.Taking One for the Team: Baseball and Sacrifice WILLIE YOUNG56
Third Inning: The Umpire's New Clothes69
TOP OF THE THIRD
5.There Are No Ties at First Base TED COHEN73

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