Baseball girls

It’s almost March, which means it’s almost time for me to read a new (to me) baseball novel in time for Opening Day. (I elaborated on my longtime tradition here.) Here’s the deal: I’m in the midst of my special reading year, which means that I want to read a baseball book—nonfiction is okay, too, I suppose—by a woman. You all have been good with the suggestions in the past, so I’m asking again: Any book recommendations?

Put ‘em in the comments box or shoot me an email. I thank you in advance*.

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*P.S. I’ve already read Karen Joy Fowler’s The Sweetheart Season, so no need to suggest that one.

About Walter Biggins

Walter Biggins is a writer based in Athens, GA. His work has been published in RogerEbert.com, Bookslut, The Comics Journal, Salon, The Baseball Chronicle, Jackson Free Press, and Valley Voices: A Literary Review. Follow him on Twitter (@walter_biggins), and check out his bimonthly newsletter (https://tinyletter.com/Walter_Biggins).
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2 Responses to Baseball girls

  1. The Housekeeper and the Professor, by Yoko Ogawa. Not entirely about baseball, but it does play a prominent role.

  2. josh says:

    Crazy ’08 by Cait Murphy, it’s a fun, informative read.

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