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Articles

Below are links to a number of articles related to Rob Neyer’s Big Book of Baseball Lineups. ┬áSome were written by me, some by talented friends.

Anaheim Angels: “Wonderful Willie Smith”
(posted 4/28/03)

Arizona D’backs: “(Almost) One of a Kind”
(posted 4/30/03)

Baltimore Orioles: “Hoyt Wilhelm, Starter”
(posted 5/6/03)

Boston Red Sox: “Nixon defeats Dewey!”
(posted 5/9/03)

Chicago White Sox: “The Ballad of Reb Russell”
(posted 5/18/03)

Chicago Cubs: “Say good night, Gracie”
(posted 6/7/03)

K.C. Royals: “Neyer v. Flanagan”
(posted 6/19/03)

Brooklyn/L.A. Dodgers: “Hodges v. Garvey”
(posted 7/16/03)

New York Mets: “Switching LF’ers”
(posted 7/2/03)

New York Yankees: “Saving Chairman Whitey”
(posted 5/16/04)

Philadelphia Phillies: “Whither Chuck Klein?”
(posted 6/20/03)

Correcting the Record: Errors in the Big Book
(updated regularly) New articles will continue to appear in this space, every so often until they don’t.

Rob Neyer's Big Book of Baseball Lineups

Rob Neyer’s Big Book of Baseball Lineups

What They’re Saying



About Rob Neyer’s Big Book of Baseball Lineups:

“Rob Neyer is the best of the new generation of sportswriters. He knows baseball history like a child knows his piggy bank. He knows how to pick it up and shake it and make what he needs fall out.”

– Bill James

“The other sports simply do not lend themselves to these kinds of books, and Rob Neyer has tapped into the mother lode. I envy him his knowledge and I hope he sells a million.”

– Bob Ryan, The Boston Globe

“Rob Neyer just might be the most influential baseball writer of his generation His new project is wonderfully ambitious and succeeds brilliantly.”

– Tim Marchman, The New York Sun