Workman Publishing Co
6.1 X 6.1 X 1.6 in
15 Jul 2011
For true-blue fans, Baseball Trivia is the baseball-shaped calendar that brings the players, the teams, the stats, and the sheer obsession to every day of the year. Awards: Which players won two MVP awards in the 1960s? Baseball Oddities: Among the players who played two pro sports, name the one who won championships in both? Plus Moves and Trades; Immortal Records, including Carl Hubbell s for most consecutive games won; Hall of Fame; Dubious Distinctions; and quotes: Army life was rough. Would you believe it, they actually wanted me to pitch three times a week ? (Whitey Ford).
Kenneth Shouler owns Wordsworth Writing & Editing in Harrison, New York. He currently writes biographical features for ESPN.com and works mostly as a ghostwriter, concentrating on sports, political, and business books.
His magazine writing has included the men’s lifestyle magazine, Cigar Aficionado
, TV Guide, Forbes, Trump World, Biography, Street & Smith’s, Robb Report, USA Today, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Entrepreneur, Philosophy Now,
and several dozen others. Shouler has authored five of his own books, including The Major League Baseball Book of Fabulous Facts and Awesome Trivia
(Harper Collins, 2001), a compilation of more than 500 questions and answers about baseball history and statistics. He currently teaches philosophy at St. John’s University and is completing his doctoral degree in philosophy at the City University of New York Graduate Center.
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