Late Innings: A Documentary History of Baseball, 1945-1972

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"Ashford Cracks Barrier as First Negro Umpire in Majors” (doc. 83) and "RED SOX Take Pennant As Historic Season Ends” (doc. 92) courtesy of Boston Globe.

"Change Is Made in All-Star Cast” (doc. 47) and "For Winning Run/Pete Moved a Mountain” (doc. 109) used with permission from The Cincinnati Enquirer/Bill Ford.

"Fun and Games/Believe” (doc. 102) and "The Record Business” (doc. 106) courtesy of New York Post.

"History Is Made in Series Classic; Larsen Hurls Perfect Game, Wins 2—0” (doc. 39) and "NL Latin Stars Pin 5—2 Loss On AL Aces” (doc. 75) © New York Daily News, L.P. reprinted with permission.

"House Asks Baseball to Reinstate Jackson” (doc. 17) courtesy of The State (Columbia SC).

"Juan, Spahn 16 Inning Duel; Mays HR Wins It” (doc. 73) and "With Willie At the Bat” (doc. 74) courtesy of San Francisco Examiner.

"Koufax Quits Baseball” (doc. 91) courtesy of San Diego Union.

"Majors Clear Way for New Coordinator” (doc. 85) and "Bowie Kuhn: An Interim Choice, But He Could Be There a Long Time” (doc. 99) courtesy of Miami Herald.

"Named to 5-Year Term; Retiring Chief Honored” (doc. 7); "Necciai Whiffs 27 in Bristol No-Hitter” (doc. 23); "Minors Reject Moves to Loosen Major Ties; Veeck's Surprise Proposals Create Convention Tumult” (doc. 25); "DeWitt Sees Minors' Fund Job as `Challenge”' (doc. 42); "Rules Makers Take Toehold on Spitter, Beat it Down, 8—1” (doc. 70); "22 Clubs, Only 20 Tieups, Add Up to Headache” (doc. 72); "O'Malley Taps New Mother Lode—Fee Teevee” (doc. 78); "Eager Beavers + Rat Pack = Chipmunks” (doc. 87); "Firemen Will Get Credit for Saves In the Box Score” (doc. 97); "Wild-Card Hitter to Get Trial in Four Minors—Majors Watch Closely” (doc. 98); and "Another Homer for The Babe? Debate Grows Hot, Heavy” (doc. 100) courtesy of The Sporting News.

"Reading for Pleasure: Grand Slam” (doc. 40) courtesy of the Wall Street Journal.

"The Responsibilities of a Team Statistician” (doc. 22) from Baseball Is Their Business by Harold Rosenthal. Copyright © 1952 and renewed 1980 by Harold Rosenthal. Reprinted by permission of Random House, Inc.

"Review of Baseball: The Early Years” (doc. 63) courtesy of American Historical Review.

"Rookie Performs `Impossible' Task” (doc. 10) © 1948 The Plain Dealer. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission.

"Score's Accident Jeopardizes Career of Baseball's Most Talented Youngster” (doc. 46) © 1957 The Plain Dealer. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission.

"Seminar Rules—1970” (doc. 105) courtesy of William Gamson.

"S.F. Wins Pennant on Wild Four-Run Rally in 9th, 6—4” (doc. 71) and "Giants Win Riotous Game, 4—3” (doc. 82) © San Francisco Chronicle. Reprinted by permission.

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Table of contents

  • Late Innings *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations *
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • 1 - Baseball in the Post-Landis Era 1
  • 2 - Controversies Over Antitrust, Airwaves 41
  • 3 - Baseball Moves West 77
  • 4 - Continental Divides 119
  • 5 - Legislating Baseball 155
  • 6 - Baseball Confronts Modernity 195
  • 7 - The Era of Labor Unrest Begins 227
  • 8 - Counting Numbers, Dollars, and Rights 255
  • Bibliography 279
  • Acknowledgments 285
  • Index 287
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