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A dictionary of the English language : in which the words are deduced from their originals, and illustrated in their different significations by examples from the best writers. To which are prefixed a history of the language, and an English grammar. by Samuel Johnson
In Pursuit of Pennants: Baseball Operations from Deadball to Moneyball by Mark L. Armour
1973 Baseball Guide | Ninth Annual Edition by Jack Clary
The Sporting News Baseball Register 2000 edition by Brendan Roberts
Every diamond doesn't sparkle by Lafayette Fresco Thompson
Baseball Prospectus 2005: Statistics, Analysis, and Insight for the Information Age (Baseball Prospectus) by Baseball Prospectus Team of Experts
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About meProne to enthusiasms....
About my libraryThere's a ton (possibly literally) of baseball reference material, many books devoted to Great Lakes history and tourism, some mining history materials, computer books in various flavors, and a lot of science fiction. There are remnants of what once were fairly serious railroadiana and bicycling bookshelves. I've recently completed the Nero Wolfe corpus, and these days my reading includes books about the history of computing and about making popular music. I also read novels that resemble the Horatio Hornblower set, including several SF series (space operas, all of 'em) based on the Royal Navy. I tend to buy heavily on specific topics as things strike my fancy. Those infatuations, too, show here.
Favorite authorsJohn Brunner, C. J. Cherryh, e. e. cummings, David Drake, Bill James, Peter Morris, Patrick O'Brian, Tim O'Brien, Robert Silverberg, Rex Stout, Mark L. Thompson, John Varley, Richard Woodman (Shared favorites)
Real nameJoel Dinda
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceNov 17, 2005
Currently readingNineteenth Century Stars by Robert L. Tiemann
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